Suzuki Pulls Together Just Long Enough To Tease New Product for Paris Motor Show
Contrary to popular belief, Suzuki is not dead. In fact, like some bizarro Star Trek universe where Spock grows a goatee and sends people to the Agony Booth, Suzuki is still very much alive and thriving in Europe, Asia, and its home turf of Japan. A new product from Suzuki would be a welcome sight here in the States, where the company hasn't released anything more tasking than a facelifted Grand Vitara coupled with a Garmin navigation system. But in Europe, or specifically at the Paris Auto Show, Suzuki is teasing a concept car it's calling the S-Cross: a compact crossover that will be in Paris starting September 27th. Suzuki's design philosophy is "Emotion x Quality x Aerodynamics," which it specifically says consists of "distinctive dynamic lines that start on the front bumper, sweep across the doors, and continue to the rear of the body." The S-Cross plays in the compact car segment that's also home to the Ford Focus, Volkswagen Golf, Honda Fit, and, incidentally, Suzuki's SX4. Will it come to America as a replacement? Let's hope so. All of these Suzuki jokes are getting old, and the company desperately needs new product to stay afloat: a small, lively compact crossover would bring Suzuki back to what it built its reputation on in America. Source: Suzuki
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