Suzuki’s styling design heritage nurtured in a long history of compact car manufacturing has been passed down and some attributes are brought to life in the IGNIS. The minimal exterior design looks fresh but undoubtedly Suzuki which makes the model purely iconic. The new Suzuki IGNIS is expected to hit the showrooms in Europe in January 2017.
Latest environmental technology from Suzuki includes a rigid, lightweight new-generation platform as well as the option of a compact and lightweight SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) which allows extra assistance through the electric motor and provides efficient battery recharge, these elements help achieve fuel efficiency without sacrificing good performance.
Also on display as a main exhibit is the SX4 S-Cross face-lift, with revamped front exterior design and further refined interior quality for a stronger yet more sophisticated character of an SUV. The facelifted model now features 1.0-liter and 1.4-liter Boosterjet direct-injection turbo engines that replace the existing 1.6 petrol unit. The 1.6 DDiS engine continues to be available and the new S-Cross model range is slated to go on sale in mid-October.
The Suzuki SX4 crossover is a car that represents new possibilities on four wheels and greater freedom for drivers. Now, the brand has evolved the line-up into a C-segment crossover with new levels of styling, performance, and versatility. Suzuki deems the SX4 or SX4 S-Cross is the crossover that customers around the globe have been waiting for. In looks, the SX4 displays a bold and dynamic persona. From the rear, the solid stability of an all-terrain vehicle is evident. Look from the side, you’d notice its sporty lines that flow from the front-wheel arches to the rear bumper.
Other Suzuki models on display at the Paris Motor show include the Vitara, Jimny, Baleno and Cervo (SC100) 1977; and the SV650 motorcycle and MotoGP racer GSX-RR.