Suzuki teases S-Cross concept ahead of Paris Show
Suzuki has already announced that they'll be unveiling a new compact crossover at the upcoming Paris Auto Show this year. The car is known as the S-Cross and will be shown in conceptual form, but is expected to be a near-production concept rather than just another "show car."
The S-Cross is believed to be replacing the outgoing SX4, which has seen flagging sales as an outdated SUV design. A sketch of the car was revealed in rough form today, but the more muscular, intriguing, and mysterious left-front headlight and fender photo is the real star here.
Suzuki has been upscaling their designs lately and pushing for a more aggressive, muscular look rivaling those of its competitors Nissan and Subaru. The carmaker has been dominating emerging markets like India, but has failed to keep anything more than a toehold in established markets such as North America.
The S-Cross will likely be the Japanese automaker's push upwards to try to get a firmer position here and if this teaser says anything, it says "aggressive cutting-edge" all over it. If there is any market where Suzuki might have a good chance of getting somewhere in the U.S., it's the compact crossover segment.