The only engine sold with the X-90 was a 16 valve I4 that made 95 horsepower. The transmission was either a 5 speed manual or a 5 speed automatic.
Despite its low price and rather utilitarian appearance, there were some luxury options available on the X-90. They included air conditioning and a 6 CD changer. Dual air bags and antilock brakes were standard on the X-90.
The X-90 is a good example of the media taking an idea and overhyping it. The car started out as a concept car, but it was so highly praised that Suzuki decided to make it into a production car. This project would end in failure, as only about 7,000 Suzuki X-90's were sold in the United States. Despite the earlier praise for the concept, the car was absolutely butchered by the automotive press after it went into production. The popular BBC TV show Top Gear would award the X-90 with the title "Worst Car of All Time" in 2003.
The X-90 may not have lived up to expectations, but it was not as terrible a vehicle as some would have you believe. It can be bought used for dirt cheap today, thanks in large part to the poor press that drives away possible demand. The first place I'd go to find one is eBay. There also might be one listed in your newspaper classifieds.