Suzuki Motor Corporation has introduced the all-new SX4 Crossover at the 83rd Geneva International Motor Show. This production model is based on the S-Cross, which was unveiled at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Suzuki’s designers and engineers started to develop the new model as the existing SX4’s successor.
But the company realized that they had to “think bigger” if they wanted to meet customers’ expectations when it comes to crossovers in Europe and other areas throughout the world. As the new model enters the C segment because of its bigger size, it gets the “SX4” emblem to indicate that Suzuki (the letter “S”) is a pioneer of both crossover and four-wheel drive (the “X” and “4” respectively).
Suzuki made the new SX4 Crossover by combining its compact car expertise with technologies developed for sport utility vehicles. The new SX4 Crossover features distinctive crossover styling, class-leading room for passengers and luggage, next generation 4WD performance, and one of the cars in the segment with the lowest CO2 emissions.
As a result, it has greater appeal due to its styling, utility, performance and fuel economy. This model can provide enjoyment in driving and versatility in usage. Suzuki will produce the new SX4 Crossover from its Magyar Suzuki plant in Hungary.
This car will start selling this autumn. Magyar Suzuki has a vital role as Suzuki’s production centre in Europe. Suzuki kicks off the expansion program by launching the new SX4 Crossover. Magyar Suzuki aims to expand its exports to additional countries. It also seeks to raise its production volume and to become known as a major manufacturing base for Suzuki’s worldwide strategy.