Modern styling, good drive dynamics and practicality are the core strengths of the Suzuki S-Cross concept
Suzuki has lifted the wraps off its S-Cross concept at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. The S-Cross concept is Suzuki’s next generation model for the crossover C-segment. Like Suzuki’s current model line-up, the S-Cross aims at good drive dynamics while maintaining a minimal carbon footprint.
The S-Cross will be primarily designed for comfort in terms of features and practicality with a large luggage compartment and roomy interiors. It will derive its on-road drive dynamics, fuel efficiency and performance from the Swift, SX4 and Kizashi. Suzuki is also working on its four-wheel drive system that will do duty in the S-Cross. All-in-all, the vehicle is designed for practical and fun commutes for day-to-day use as well as for weekend getaways.
Suzuki’s current SX4 sport crossover provides good performance under urban driving conditions and on rough roads, something the S-Cross will deliver as well.
With its dynamic lines, LED headlights, fog lights and tail lights, sporty aerodynamic design, flared wheel arches, front skid plate, chrome front grille and sleek roof rails, the S-Cross concept is quite the looker and will undoubtedly make for an attractive proposition considering the demand for compact crossovers and SUVs.