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2013-02-07 09:03

FIAT POWER FOR NEW SUZUKI: Suzuki's Crossover will share an engine with Italian automaker Fiat courtesy of its commercial tie-up. Does this mean it will be powered by a 1.4 TwinAir?

 
Suzuki's S-Cross concept made its debut at the 2012 Paris motor show. In 2013 the Japanese automaker plans to put its crossover into production with a global debut at the 2013 Geneva International Motor Show.

The production model of Suzuki’s all-new C-segment crossover has radical styling and promises to be a versatile model when its finally released.

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According to Suzuki it has a "roomy interior" with one of the "largest luggage" volumes in its class about 400 litres.

The model has the automaker's 4x4 technology which will allow it to take on soft-roading or sprited driving in the countryside.

Suzuki said its S-Cross "will be the first in an ambitious programme of annual European model launches which Suzuki will be starting in 2013".

The Geneva motor show will run from March 5-17.

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