Technically speaking, Suzuki is right in telling us that it's a brand new vehicle, not a direct replacement for the SX4. Their partnership with Fiat has ended, and they built and developed this slightly bigger crossover on their own, hopefully with a decent small diesel engine.
If you want a Suzuki that can handle the rough stuff and is relatively compact, there's always the aging Grand Vitara model. So we're guessing this crossover will be aimed more at posh city drivers.
Either way, we'll have the full scoop on this exciting new crossover when it makes its debut in Geneva at 1:30 pm, on 5th March 2013 at Stand 4251, in Hall 4 or the Swiss motor show.