When it does reach the market in 2013, the production S-Cross (or whatever name it adopts) is expected to take the place of the SX4. That model was built in conjunction with Fiat and sold as the Sedici, which the Italian side of the equation is set to replace with a retro-styled 500X crossover. Suzuki's answer, however, is decidedly more modern in its design approach. Its dynamic lines (rendered in a special shade of Crystal Green
Metallic) run cleanly from the front bumper to the rear, with a de-rigeur sloping roofline complemented by chrome trim, mesh grille, underbody skud plates and LED lights.