Remember the Suzuki S-Cross concept from last year’s Paris show? Well, a yet-to-be-named production model based on the C-segment crossover is set to debut next month in Geneva.

From the little we can see in the darkened images, the car has bigger wing mirrors, a more conventionally-styled grille and headlamps, and a different set of wheels compared to the Paris concept. Suzuki doesn’t divulge much apart from that AWD will be offered, and that the car will have one of the largest luggage areas in the crossover segment.

As reported previously with the S-Cross concept, this will neither replace the SX4 nor Grand Vitara; it will sit between the two and compete for European sales with rivals like the Nissan Qashqai and Kia Sportage.

Autocar UK reports that the new model sits on a new platform and will be manufactured at Suzuki’s plant in Hungary. There will be a choice of petrol and diesel powerplants, with the latter expected to come from Fiat through its partnership with Suzuki.