The Japanese automaker, Suzuki has partly revealed the production version of its C-segment crossover. The C-segment is based on the S-Cross concept showcased at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Suzuki is all set to unveil the new crossover at the 83rd Geneva International Motor Show, which will be held from 2013 March 5th to 17th.
Suzuki has teased the car by unveiling 2 photographs and a video clipping, which never shows the complete image of the car at any instance. Suzuki is keeping many details to itself, which includes name and powertrain options. But the manufacturer revealed that the new crossover will be featuring an all-wheel drive (4WD)system as an option along with a standard front-wheel drive system. We also expect Suzuki to offer both petrol and diesel engines, with the diesel engine is likely to be sourced from Fiat as a part of their partnership.
The compact model measured 4310mm long, 1840mm wide, and 1600mm tall, which makes it 160mm longer, 85mm wider but also 20mm lower than the AWD version of the Suzuki SX4. The four wheeler features with the excellent handling and driving enjoyment. It is also informed that the new C-segment offering will have the largest luggage space and will offer outstanding versatility. The styling stays true to the original concept and is a well balanced design.
The production model comes with a new design language and is styled using LED-infused headlamps and ORVM indicators, small quarter glass panels at the front and back, a rugged sump guard, an off-road package that gives it the ability to tackle snow and fog light enclosures with a tinge of chrome.
The manufacturing process of the new C-segment crossover will be taking place at Suzuki’s Hungarian plant and the sales will begin later this year. After its global launch, the C-segment will be launched in Indian market with the badge of Maruti Suzuki. The new C-segment is likely to be manufactured in India.
Suzuki will also showcase the Alto, Splash, Swift, SX4, Jimny, Grand Vitara and Kizashi along with the C-segment. The C-segment will come at a decent price tag is likely to compete with the Renault's Duster and the Ford's EcoSport. Let's wait until the unveiling ceremony at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show to know more details of the car.
The C- segment comes with an advanced 4WD technology, ensures excellent handling and driving enjoyment
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