IMHO the key to Suzuki's possible success is that they should be the "niche" vehicle manufacturer and provide daring designs in underdeveloped segments.
AKA, give smaller groups what they want. For instance, how about a 3/5 door, turbocharged, AWD hatchback with over 200HP?
Other ideas could be: A small "city car" and a true "mini" pick-up (now that most have grown to mid-sized status). Something in the vein of the old Chevy Luv and Ford Courier. Some people want to just haul a few things (or use for delivery) and don't need the capacity of a larger-sized pick-up... along with it's increased fuel usage.
It's a vast improvement over the current model...this one definetly has a more rugged/modern look to it. They are gonna have a tough time selling it when its going up against the Santa Fe though. I doubt Suzuki can undercut Hyundai on value.
Hopefully they got the interior quality right as the old ones where pretty GM like and bad. I drove a beat up Grand V as a rental once, great fun out in the dirt but the interior had shown its age (only a year old) with some serious sun damage.....