Among the drivetrains available in the Baleno will be Suzuki's new 1.0-litre direct-injection turbocharged engine, dubbed Boostjet. No figures for power, torque or fuel economy have been released.
Aside from that tidbit, and the video (top) and side-on image (above), Suzuki hasn't offered too many concrete details about the new hatchback. More will naturally revealed at the Frankfurt show.
Except for some minor details, such as the head- and tail-light graphics, wing mirrors, door handles and alloy wheels, the new Baleno looks to be a dead ringer for the iK-2 concept car that was unveiled at the Geneva motor show earlier this year.
The iK-2 measures 4023mm long and 1.45m tall, and sits on a 2.52m wheelbase. It's also said to be 1.92 metres wide, although we suspect that this figure includes the car's wing mirrors.
In terms of its length, the iK-2 (and we suspect the Baleno too) sits between the 3.85m Swift and 4.3m S-Cross. As far as height goes, the iK-2 is 60mm and 125mm shorter, respectively, than the Swift and S-Cross.
The new Suzuki Baleno goes on sale in the UK from September 2016. Availability and any potential on-sale dates have yet to be confirmed by Suzuki's local distributors.
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