Meet the Suzuki S-Presso, the Japanese carmaker's new baby crossover hatch. It's built on the brand's new generation Heartect Platform. Measuring 3565mm x 1520mm x 1549mm, it's 170mm longer, 30mm wider, and 74mm taller than the entry-level Alto 800 it replaces in the local lineup. The S-Presso sports a boxier SUV-inspired profile that gives the pint-size tall hatchback some pressence. Up front it has a faux upper grille reminicent of the one found on the Jimny. Inside it features a high seating position for that commanding view. Its dashbaord has a near-symmetrical design with its centrally-mounted digital gauge cluster positioned above the infotainment system's touchscreen. Under its hood is the brand's familiar 1.0-liter K10B inline-3 gasoline mill which puts out 67hp and 90Nm of torque. Power is sent to the front wheels through a five-speed manual transmission.