Suzuki Previews C-Segment Crossover for Geneva

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Teaser shots give us more than a subtle hint at what to expect from Suzuki when the doors open at the Geneva Motor Show next month.

In 2006 Suzuki and Fiat began producing a small B-segment crossover together. Now over six years on the market, Fiat is replacing the Sedici with the upcoming 500X, and Suzuki appears to be going one size up to replace the SX4 with a new C-segment crossover. The troubled Japanese carmaker previewed its new crossover with the S-Cross concept just this past September at the Paris Motor Show. And in March, it will unveil the production version at the Geneva Motor Show.

To keep us interested, Suzuki has released these two teaser images and a video clip, giving us an advanced look at what it has in store. The finished product, from what we can see, looks to have remained rather faithful to the design of the S-Cross concept, but we'll reserve final judgment for when we see the full monte in the run-up to Geneva.

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