Maruti Suzuki S-Cross Sports Rendering Sportier Theme

The rendering showcases a sportier take on the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross with black exterior theme and it begs to enter production

Maruti Suzuki began operations in Nexa premium outlets with the S-Cross and despite initial rollercoaster of sales the company managed to make amends with price cuts. With the arrival of facelifted model late last year, the Indo-Japanese manufacturer brought a new breed of enthusiasm into the crossover and started receiving consistent volume of around 4,000 units monthly for the last one year.

S-Cross, the most nimble affordable crossover available in the market, has a sporty exterior but what if it was more aggressively imagined digitally? The rendering posted here shows you one of the possibilities that could become reality and the S-Cross definitely feels at home with ease in this look. The matte black body colour gels in well with the overall stance of the crossover.

The rendered S-Cross has lowered stance and possible suspension changes could make it a better handler. The red brake calipers and red highlights on the lower section of the front bumper below the wider air dam add to the boldness of the entire package.

The front fascia features blackened grille with vertical slats housing the Suzuki badge while the headlamp cluster is almost blacked out with projector units and integrated LED Daytime Running Lights. The bonnet lines and side creases are welcoming inclusion to the S-Cross.

The black finished pillars, glasses and wing mirrors add to the unison of the dark theme. It is imperative to have the interior similarly garnished for enhanced sporty feel. Wrapping up the black theme, a Boosterjet engine would be ideal. With the Swift receiving RS edition just as the Baleno, we could be surprised with a similar treatment on the S-Cross.

The 998 cc, K10C, three-cylinder petrol engine produces 101 bhp of maximum power at 5,500 rpm and 150 Nm of peak torque delivered between 1,700 and 4,500 rpm in the Baleno RS and is connected to a five-speed manual transmission. Taking this rendering into perspective, would you like to see the S-Cross receiving a sporty makeover?