The Japanese brand has released virtually no further information on the compact SUV, though has confirmed it will be all-wheel drive and feature one of the largest cargo capacities in its segment.
The main teaser image suggests the production version won't stray that far from the S-Cross concept shown at the 2012 Paris motor show last September. That means a hatchback-style design approach like the S-Cross concept - and similar crossovers such as the Nissan Dualis - rather than the off-roader styling cues seen on some of the company's well known compact models such as the Vitara.
Suzuki has yet to announce a name for the new model that measures 4310mm long - longer than a VW Golf but shorter than an Audi Q3 - and that it simply describes as a "C-segment [small car] crossover".
The crossover is believed to sit on a new platform, with a choice of petrol and diesel engines likely to be offered.
Media reveals at the 2013 Geneva motor show will begin on 5th March.