Suzuki S-Cross wins Best Concept Car award at 2012 China Show
Suzuki S-Cross has won the ‘Best Concept Car Award’ at 10th China International Auto Expo. Scheduled to compete with the Nissan Qashqai, once successfully launched, the…
Comfortably seating upto five adults in its cabin and enough boot space for holiday luggage, Suzuki S Cross is ideally suited for younger buyers with sporty and adventurous lifestyles. Suzuki states that production model will be one of the lowest CO2 emitting vehicles in its segment. The S-Cross will measure 4310 mm in length, 1840 mm in width and will stand 1600 mm tall while it will sit on a 2600 mm wheelbase and will possess 20” chrome wheels with 235/55R20 tyres.
A new front mesh grill is noticed while roof rails are flush with roof like when not in use. There is also a new front skid plate, wider wheel arches and moldings giving the upcoming crossover a more aggressive stance. LEDs are used for headlights, fog lamps and taillights. However, prices are still not revealed by the company and could be released closer to launch dates.
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S-CROSS: WINNER OF THE BEST CONCEPT CAR AWARD AT THE 10TH CHINA (GUANGZHOU) INTERNATIONAL AUTOMOBILE EXHIBITION
Suzuki is pleased to announce that the S-Cross won “The Best Concept Car” award at the 10th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition.
The S-Cross was highly rated for its sophisticated design as an evolutional crossover indicating the future direction of Suzuki’s engineering.
From the list of the nominated cars by The China Foreign Trade Guangzhou Exhibition General Corporation and supporting media companies, the S-Cross was selected by internet and mobile phone votes, public ballot at the show and a panel of experts.
S-Cross (concept model)
The S-Cross is the first C segment crossover category concept model from Suzuki that was launched at the Paris Motor Show in September 2012.
The S-Cross is designed to express “Emotion” by dynamic lines running from the front bumper to the rear of the body, “Quality” by a mesh front grille consisting of dark chrome and silky chrome and by innovatively designed roof rails which are flush with the roof line when not in use, and “Aerodynamics” by a roofline which slopes downwards towards the rear and by smooth contours on the sides of the front bumper, at the bottom of the doors, and on the sides of the rear bumper.
Crossover toughness is expressed by a front skid plate, boldly flared wing arches and under mouldings, and 20 inch chrome wheels.
The China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition
Number of visitors
22nd November – 2nd December
more than 560,000