Spy pictures of the updated S-cross from the factories reveal that the crossover looks very similar to the CGI pictures of the new S-cross leaked some months ago. Being a premium crossover, the car will be sold under the Nexa dealerships.

The updated S-cross gets a very bold and a slightly aggressive front fascia over the sloping long face of the current S-cross that looks less assertive. The very upright front-grille has vertical chrome slats along with an upsized radiator grille below, flanked by the revised aggressive projector headlamps with LED daytime running lights, over revised chrome-trimmed black-cladded bumpers, revised fog lamps, etc.

The alloy wheels look very attractive from the sides and there is only a reworked tail lamp cluster in the rear. The ALL GRIP badge at the bottom right corner in the rear implies Suzuki’s patented All Wheel Drive system that Suzuki uses only internationally and does not do so in India.

The interiors do not boast of any great changes from the current S-cross. In the still all-black dashboard with new unassuming silver accents, the infotainment display is updated along with the new multi-information display, beside the seat upholstery contrasted with the stitch.

Internationally, the S-cross is sold by Suzuki with 1.6-liter petrol and diesel engines. The face-lifted version also gets the 1.4-litre, Boosterjet, turbo-charged, direction injection petrol engine of the Vitara, as sold in the overseas markets. The Boosterjet powertrain develops 140 PS at 5500 rpm and 220 Nm of torque between 1700 to 4000 rpm.

The rejigged crossover will retain the same 1.3-litre and 1.6-litre diesel engines of the current S-cross, while there is also a chance for the 1.0-litre, Baleno RS, Boosterjet petrol mill to feature in the updated S-cross as well.

 

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