Japanese car maker Suzuki unveiled the S-Cross Cruising, a jazzed up concept version of the crossover at Paris Motor Show.
The concept highlights the customisation possibilities of the crossover. The S-Cross Cruising features black inserts on the vertical slatted grille. The silver embellishment at the bottom of front and rear bumper adds sportiness. Adding to the overall look are black painted alloy wheels, silver-painted side sill protector and ORVM covers, and a contrasting white stripe painted across the shoulder line.
The interior of the S-Cross Cruising concept is spruced up with white leather upholstery used for seats, door trim and dashboard. The equipment inside appears identical to the regular S-Cross.
Suzuki is tight-lipped about the production version of the S-Cross Cruising. The company is expected to offer Cruising as an accessory package if not as a limited edition.
Along with the S-Cross Cruising concept, Suzuki unveiled the new S-Cross for Europe at the show. The face-lifted version of the S-Cross was unveiled globally in July and this model is expected to enter the Indian market in early 2017.
The new S-Cross comes with a new face that boasts a re-styled front bumper and a larger radiator grille. The chrome grille with vertical slats is complemented with the new projector headlamps. The headlamp unit also comes with daytime running lamps. While the side profile of the S-Cross remains untouched, the rear features slightly redesigned tail lamps and bumper.
The current S-Cross in India is offered in 1.3-litre and 1.6-litre diesel units. Both these units will continue to be offered in the face-lifted version along with the 1.4-litre K-Series petrol engine.