The new Suzuki S-Cross facelift has made its global debut in Hungary, bringing with it new looks, as well as updates to its powertrain line-up.

As you can see in these photos from RushLane, the S-Cross’ front fascia has been revitalised to feature a bold chrome front grille, which now has vertical slats as opposed to horizontal ones from before.

The new headlamps (with LED DRLs) also feature new graphics as part of the visual updates, while the redesigned bumper also introduces chrome accents to the fog lamp enclosures. The S-Cross retains its profile here, while at the rear, the revisions are limited to new tail lamp details and a reshaped bumper.

As for the cabin, everything appears to be remain unchanged from before, save for the updated infotainment system, multi-info display, along with additional trim and seat fabric options.

In terms of power, the European-market S-Cross is offered with a 1.6 litre petrol and diesel engines, with the former producing 120 PS/156 Nm, and the latter making 120 PS/320 Nm. New to the range is a 1.4 litre BoosterJet turbocharged petrol engine that develops 140 hp and 220 Nm.

A five-speed manual or CVT is mated to the petrol engines, while the oil burner only comes with a six-speed manual gearbox. Buyers can also specify the S-Cross with Suzuki’s AllGrip all-wheel drive system if front-wheel drive just won’t suffice.

The previous S-Cross made its debut in Malaysia back in November 2014, priced at RM129,888. At the time, the front-wheel drive C-segment SUV came equipped with a 1.6 litre petrol engine, and featured an impressive safety suite (seven airbags, ESP, ABS, EBD and Hill-Hold Control). However, following Proton’s partnership with Suzuki, sales of Suzuki brand models, including the S-Cross, came to an end.