The Suzuki X-90 is a Mini Multi Purpose Vehicle (MPV) that was manufactured and marketed by Suzuki. The Suzuki X-90 was introduced in 1995 and was not a very successful model as it was manufactured for only two years till 1997. The Suzuki X-90 was available in the two door coupe body style and is related to the Suzuki Escudo. The Suzuki X-90 also used the name as SUV Cabrio in parts of Japan and was sold from 1996 to 1998. The Suzuki X-90 could accommodate two passengers and had a T-section removable roof.
The Suzuki X-90 used the FF layout; front engine model with front wheel drive or optional all wheel drive. The Suzuki X-90 was powered by the 1.6 Liter SOHC G16A engine and was supported by the four speed automatic or the five speed manual transmission. The Suzuki X-90 was initially introduced as a concept car and was very successful and was widely received however; when the sales model was introduced it was poorly received and can be considered as a flop model that was manufactured for only two years.