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Friday, August 10, 2012

By Manoj Kumawat

Suzuki S Cross to be revealed soon

The 2012 Paris Motor Show will be the platform for many new concepts and cars. Suzuki is also planning to make the best use of this platform and unveil its C-Segment crossover car, called the Suzuki S-Cross Concept. Suzuki has officially announced that it will reveal its new S-Cross Concept model at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Expectations are way too high from this new concept car and it is expected that this car will certainly strengthen the C-Segment of the global car market. This new crossover concept model by Suzuki will stand in conjunction with other prominent models of Suzuki, including Splash, Swift Sport, Swift, Grand Vitara, Jimny and Alto.

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The Japanese car maker has always been offering cars that not only have the power to deliver an awesome performance but also have the looks and advanced technology. Talking about the new Suzuki S-Cross Concept, the model would be a perfect mix of emotion, quality and aerodynamics that would impress one and all for sure.

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This design theme would be further furnished by the exclusive dynamic lines present on the front bumper and continuing to the rear profile of the car. The fine contours on the side profile of the car would take the exteriors of the new Suzuki S-Cross Crossover Concept model to a much higher level. What would make this model much alluring is the solidity and stability, which will be present in its sophisticated and elegant exteriors.

The interiors of the new Suzuki S-Cross concept model could be expected to be top-class. But, a little more wait would uncover everything and eliminate all the rumors. The new Suzuki S-Cross Crossover Concept Model will be revealed at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, which would be commenced on 27th of September 2012. Watch this space for more updates.

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