Suzuki’s facelifted S-Cross has been unveiled in Hungary to a select audience ahead of its public reveal.
The updated Suzuki S-Cross has been unveiled in Hungary before its official unveil for a selected audience. Suzuki is likely to showcase the facelifted S-Cross at the 2016 Paris motor show later this year.
The update includes many changes to the styling of the vehicle. Majorly the front grille which was a 5-slat horizontal patter, now has been replaced with a more aggressive chrome multi-slat configured vertically, wrapped around with a chrome band. The front bumper has also changed with significant change to the fog lamps. The front hand lamps have also been updated with new projector headlamps.
The interior of the S-Cross hosts a few changes as well. The instrument cluster has been replaced with new dials and a new MID, the seta upholstery and colour combinations have also been updated with contrasting stitching and new trim options. The infotainment system is different for the Indian market, compared to the one sold internationally.
The S-Cross above in the images is an all-wheel-drive “All Grip” with 1.4-litre Boosterjet petrol engine that develops 140bhp which is fitted to the Suzuki Vitara sold in the international markets. This version is unlikely to arrive in India. For the Indian market, the powertrain options are likely to remain the same with a 1.3-litre DDiS and a 1.6-litre DDiS turbo diesel engines sold via Maruti Suzuki’s Nexa channel of premium dealerships. It has been reported that Maruti is working on a petrol engine for the S-Cross for the Indian market as well. However, the updated S-Cross's launch timeline has not been confirmed by the manufacturer.