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PostHeaderIcon SSangyong e-SIV Concept

Ssangyong is returning to the Geneva Motor Show this year with another SUV concept in tow. This time, we’re going to see the e-SIV – a concept that looks suspiciously familiar to the XAVL concept that the brand showcased at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Right now, we don’t have a lot to go on aside from a few teaser shots and a few tidbits of information, so it’s not really fair to pass judgment quite yet. So, with that in mind, will Ssangyong make the same play it has in the past and present itself at the show with another rehashed concept from years past or will it show up with something that’s at least somewhat new to look at? Let’s find out…

SSangyong e-SIV Exterior


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“he most recognizable Ssangyong feature is that headlight configuration that includes two thin, slanted headlights integrated into a lightbar that traverses the full width of the front end”

As a brand that’s known for rehashing its previous concepts (while bring very little new design to market,) you might expect a concept called the “e-SIV” to carry a lot of design showcased in the SIV-1 concept from 2013. This isn’t the case, however, as a lot of this front end looks reminiscent of the XAVL. Or, to be more specific, it looks like the brand gave the XAVL a facelift with a new front end and beefier hood. The most recognizable Ssangyong feature is that headlight configuration that includes two thin, slanted headlights integrated into a lightbar that traverses the full width of the front end. The grill below is huge (a nice change from previous concepts) and there looks to be a mouth-shaped air dam just a little lower. The bumper itself looks quite lively through the noise and shadows, while the hood reminds us of something you might see on a muscle car or, at the very least, a vehicle like the Dodge Durango SRT, for example.

The side profile is as equally mysterious but still oddly reminiscent. The body lines that we can see scream XAVL while the only difference in the belt line is the smaller upward cover at the corner of the rear door’s glass. The C-pillar is identical as is the overall design of the rear quarters and lower doors. Even the roof is familiar like the smell of mom’s cooking on Sunday morning. Around back, the brand finally changed things up a bit, apparently trying to keep up with current design trends. The rear hatch has a fastback-like slant to it and, unlike the last concept, the rear glass doesn’t wrap around to the sides. The taillights are essentially one wide but thin unit with the only thing separating the left from the right being Ssangyong’s emblem. There’s nothing to really make out of the rear, but it looks to be way too extreme for anything that could go mainstream. There are huge recesses in the corners and what appears to be an Audi-like rear diffuser. It’s certainly interesting and familiar in all the wrong ways, but it’s also kind of fresh in a weird kind of way.

SSangyong e-SIV Exterior Specs

Length 4,460 mm
Width 1,870 mm
Height 1,630 mm
Wheelbase 2,675 mm

SSangyong e-SIV Interior


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“Ssangyong has said that this vehicle will demonstrate the brand’s approach to connected mobility and autonomous driving.”

The inside of the e-SIV remains to be seen, and the brand has yet to elaborate on the details. On previous models, like the XAVL, the interior was actually quite feasible and was on par with brands like Audi and BMW in terms of design. So, with that in mind, expect to see stout trim lines with accent lighting throughout. The previous concepts had rather large infotainment screens and there was even a large digital instrument cluster that, from a glance, looked a lot like the display found in the Tesla Model S. There probably won’t be a lot of change from the XAVL in comparison to this concept, but Ssangyong has said that this vehicle will demonstrate the brand’s approach to connected mobility and autonomous driving. It’s a lot of PR talk, really, and none of the brand’s models currently on sale come close to anything like this, but I guess we all have dreams, right?

SSangyong e-SIV Drivetrain


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“It is said to have a top speed of 150 kph (93 mph) and a range of 450 km, or about 279 miles”

Under the hood… wait, there’s really nothing going on under the hood because this baby is electric. According to Ssangyong, the e-SIV, which stands for “Electronic Smart Interface Vehicle,” by the way, features a 187 horsepower – not a lot for a C-segment SUV, huh? – electric motor. There’s no word on the battery pack, but it can supposedly take an 80-percent charge in all of 50 minutes. It is said to have a top speed of 150 kph (93 mph) and a range of 450 km, or about 279 miles. They aren’t groundbreaking figures by any means, especially when you consider this is the brands fifth EV concept, following models like the KEV1, KEV2, e-XIV, and Tivoli EV-R. For now, that’s all we have to go on, and chances are none of it really matters has Ssangyong has a long history of showing off concepts that go nowhere. We will, however, be updating this section with full specs when they become available – you never know, we just might be in for a surprise.

Conclusion


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At this point, I feel like I’m watching a third-world country trying to develop its own space agency. The brand continuously brings concept after concept to show after show, yet very little ever makes its way into production. To be honest, a lot of its concepts don’t look bad, but half of them are rehashed. And, in this case, a C-segment SUV with so little power – regardless of how good it looks inside and out – would never stand up in the market as we know it today. My hat is off to the brand for its continual push toward EV technology and design development but at what point is the brand going to present something feasible that can actually see production. Seeing SUV concept after SUV concept is starting to get tiring.

All in all, these teaser images to show off some interesting qualities but also remind us that Ssangyong yang is more interested in designing cool concepts than actually bringing something fresh and commanding to the market. Until this brand focuses on fresh priorities and operating like a major automaker, it will continue to sit on the sidelines instead of competing with the big boys. Until then, brace yourself for more concepts for the Korean brand that just can’t quite get over the ledge. Check back with us after the Geneva Motor Show kicks off for all of the details on SsangYong’s latest concept.

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PostHeaderIcon SsangYong e-SIV Electric Concept Headed for Geneva Debut

Korean car maker SsangYong revealed their concept for this year’s Geneva Motor Show, and it’s something very innovative. Innovation begins, actually, with the name of this concept: SsangYong e-SIV. It is a SUV in form, but it’s called SIV which stand for Smart Interface Vehicle. 

That tells us SsangYong e-SIV is more about connectivity features and interface systems than drivetrain technologies. But it is electric, which means it showcases SY’s latest developments in this area. They are, of course, not really known as an EV maker. But if they manage to combine their expertise at making utility vehicles with a good EV system they could have something to say in this growing market and secure the future position in it.

In terms of design, based on these official renderings of SsangYong e-SIV, the vehicle seems to us like a fancy, grown up, sophisticated Tivoli. It’s as if a plastic surgeon has had a thorough go at beautifying the Tivoli, and he has pulled it off. There are some really cool lights around the front, nicely proportioned hips and shoulders, and a one-piece taillight that brings to mind old Lincolns. Whether the e-SIV hints at the future of SsangYong’s design remains to be seen.



But the main highlight of the SsangYong e-SIV remains the connectivity and interface technologies it boasts. The company has not released any pictures of the interior yet, so watch this space and stay tuned for further details over the coming days and weeks.

The post SsangYong e-SIV Electric Concept Headed for Geneva Debut appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon SsangYong e-SIV Electric Concept Headed for Geneva Debut

Korean car maker SsangYong revealed their concept for this year’s Geneva Motor Show, and it’s something very innovative. Innovation begins, actually, with the name of this concept: SsangYong e-SIV. It is a SUV in form, but it’s called SIV which stand for Smart Interface Vehicle. 

That tells us SsangYong e-SIV is more about connectivity features and interface systems than drivetrain technologies. But it is electric, which means it showcases SY’s latest developments in this area. They are, of course, not really known as an EV maker. But if they manage to combine their expertise at making utility vehicles with a good EV system they could have something to say in this growing market and secure the future position in it.

In terms of design, based on these official renderings of SsangYong e-SIV, the vehicle seems to us like a fancy, grown up, sophisticated Tivoli. It’s as if a plastic surgeon has had a thorough go at beautifying the Tivoli, and he has pulled it off. There are some really cool lights around the front, nicely proportioned hips and shoulders, and a one-piece taillight that brings to mind old Lincolns. Whether the e-SIV hints at the future of SsangYong’s design remains to be seen.



But the main highlight of the SsangYong e-SIV remains the connectivity and interface technologies it boasts. The company has not released any pictures of the interior yet, so watch this space and stay tuned for further details over the coming days and weeks.

The post SsangYong e-SIV Electric Concept Headed for Geneva Debut appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon 2017 SsangYong Rexton Goes on Trans-Eurasia Trail to Reach UK

In what’s probably their most elaborate publicity stunt yet, Korean car maker SsangYong sent the new 2017 SsangYong Rexton on a 13,000 km journey from Korea to the United Kingdom. This Trans-Eurasia trail marked the launch of the SUV in Britain and showcased its ruggedness and durability. 

Five 2017 SsangYong Rexton SUVs set off from the factory in Korea, made a trans-continental trek via Beijing and the Silk Road, crossing ten different countries, including China, Kazakhstan and Russia, and arrived in Frankfurt last month for the IAA motor show. Two of them then continued the journey until they reached SsangYong Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials in Oxfordshire.

This has been an apt challenge for the 2017 SsangYong Rexton SUV to prove its worth as a durable, capable utility vehicle. God knows it’s not going to get bought on its looks, so it’s good that it at least offers those qualities for the starting price of £27,500. The new Rexton in powered in UK-spec model by a 2.2 litre turbo diesel engine delivering maximum power of 181PS and maximum torque of 420Nm, with a 6-speed manual or 7-speed Mercedes-Benz automatic transmission, and with a 3.5 tonne towing capacity.






Mr Johng-sik Choi, CEO of SsangYong Motor who travelled to Blenheim Palace to greet the teams, said: “This all-new, fourth generation Rexton is a major step forward for the brand.  The Trans Eurasia Trail gave us the ultimate test drive opportunity, and a superb way to launch the car in Europe.  This was a huge challenge for the cars and their drivers, and the ultimate test of performance and reliability.  The cars equipped themselves brilliantly.”

The post 2017 SsangYong Rexton Goes on Trans-Eurasia Trail to Reach UK appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon SsangYong's Never-Ending Run Of Concept SUVs Needs To Stop

You would think that at some point in the past five years, the never-ending deluge of Ssangyong concept SUVs would stop and the Korean automaker would finally show a production version of some kind. It shouldn’t be that hard to do, right? Well, guess again because Ssangyong is headed back to the Geneva Motor Show with yet another concept SUV that it’s touting as “a new vision for the brand’s SUV of the future.” We’ve heard that line before.

In any event, the new concept is called the XAVL and from what CEO Johng-sik Choi tells us, it’s an evolved iteration of the XAV that the company unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show back in 2015. You read that right. The XAVL Concept is an evolved version of a previous concept. Color me bewildered because that’s exactly how I’m taking this.

To be fair, the XAVL does have some redeeming qualities. It’s a lot better to look at than the rolling monstrosity that was the XAV. The front section has a more balanced look to it, although those massive skid guards are still a sight for sore eyes. There’s a natural masculinity to it too that seemed too forced on its predecessor. The same is true with the rear section. It’s got nicer lines and a more streamlined taillight design, much better than the confused mess on the XAV.

If Ssangyong’s objective for the XAVL is to re-do the XAV and mask it under the premise of automotive design evolution, then consider the job well done. But at some point, these concepts have to stop, at least if the company wants to be taken seriously. We need a mind-blowing production SUV that you can be proud to call your own.

Otherwise, the jokes will keep on coming, as they have been for quite some time now.

Come on, Ssangyong. I’d like to think that you’re better than this.

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PostHeaderIcon The SsangYong LIV-2 Proves That You Don't Have to Sacrifice Luxury to go Off Road

SsangYong Motor Company just publicly unveiled its LIV-2 (“Limitless Interface Vehicle 2”) concept at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, and according to the automaker, it offers substantial off-roading capability. At the same time, the exterior body panels carry the marque’s new “Dignified Motion” design language, which at first glance, might appear at odds with the crossover’s off-road worthiness, right? Because after all, how does one appear dignified while slogging through the great outdoors? SsangYong says it has a solution.

SsangYong is the self-proclaimed leader when it comes to producing SUVs and 4x4s in its native land, so the LIV-2 has a few pretty big expectations set up for it right at the off. That said, it does come with a few very good features to enhance its off-road worth.

Under those slick body panels, you’ll find classic body-on-frame construction. Providing the stick is the company’s very own four-wheel drive system, which is fed by a diesel engine producing as much as 420 Nm (310 pound-feet of torque) at 1,500 rpm. So far, so good.

Mounted under the nose and tail, you’ll also find silver skid plates to protect vulnerable mechanicals, while inside is an “intelligent interface” for better car-driver communication when out on the rough stuff.

Now for the luxury half of the equation. Ingress and egress is assisted by electric side steps, while the whole cabin uses a layout that emphasizes the individual seats positioned in the rear. Speaking of seats, expect reclining seatbacks and a massage function, as well as leather upholstery. Piano black trim, adjustable mood lighting, and copious tech round out the package. Finally, that off-roader rubber you see in the corners is outfitted with a “differentiated angle and layered tread pattern” to keep it quiet.

Still, the proof is in the pudding. We’ll withhold our final judgment until we get a real look at this thing’s cabin space – not to mention how it handles a little rock crawling action.

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PostHeaderIcon SsangYong LIV-2

Korean automaker SsangYong just released a set of images depicting its latest concept vehicle, the LIV-2. Slated for a full public debut at the Paris Motor Show in a few weeks, the LIV-2 is framed as a “large premium SUV” that’s expected to replace the current Rexton mid-size SUV when it reaches production form sometime next year. The concept is a preview of the upcoming model’s new styling, both inside and out, plus the technology added for safety and entertainment. Customers will get to choose between diesel or gasoline power under the hood.

The LIV in LIV-2 stands for “Limitless Interface Vehicle,” which is a bit vague, but that’s to be expected. This is actually the second iteration of the LIV theme, with the LIV-1 concept breaking cover a few years back at the 2013 Seoul Motor Show. The LIV-2 is said to be the final variant of the Y400 development model (Y400 is the model’s internal product code at SSangyong).

Basically, this is the idealized iteration of Ssangyong’s flagship SUV, a critical model for a company aiming at bringing sturdy (but comfortable) off-roaders to markets like South America, Russia, and China. We don’t have all the details quite yet, but read on for our take on what should show in Paris.

Continue reading to learn more about the SsangYong LIV-2.


PostHeaderIcon SsangYong Joins Electric Vehicle Segment With Planned EV SUV For 2019

When you think of Korean automakers, the first two names that immediately come to mind are Hyundai and Kia. Lost in the large shadow cast by these two automotive giants is SsangYong, a company that may have been best known in this part of the world as having been saved from collapse by Mahindra & Mahindra in 2010. Now that it’s back on a better footing, SsangYong is gearing up to join the electric vehicle ranks with the introduction of an EV SUV by 2019.

SsangYong CEO Jong Sik Choi made the proclamation during the launch of the brand’s new Tivoli XLV model, saying that the model, codenamed the C300, will be offered in a number of different powertrains, one of which would be the company’s first fully electric powertrain. It was previously thought of that the Tivoli SUV would get first dibs on the EV powertrain, but the company’s decision-makers opted to wait a little longer to further refine the gasoline engine version so that it could meet new emissions regulations that are scheduled to take effect in 2019. A report from Auto Express also indicated that the model will get another variant with that model being powered by a new 1.5-liter turbocharged engine that will combine to form a 48-volt “mild hybrid” powertrain. As far as aesthetics go, the model’s design is being tipped to be based on SIV-2 Concept that was showcased at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

It’s become an open secret that SsangYong has high hopes for this new SUV and it’s looking at the model as the one that could spearhead the company’s ambitious plan to increase its sales volume to 200,000 units, a major step up from the 144,764 units it sold in 2015. Whether it accomplishes that or not is still up in the air, but credit should go to SsangYong for taking this leap into the world of electric vehicles.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.


PostHeaderIcon SsangYong Tivoli XLV

Launched in 2015, the SsangYong Tivoli is a mini SUV built to compete with the likes of the Nissan Juke and Kia Soul. Based on the popular Korando as far as design is concerned, the Tivoli is SsangYong’s first new model under Mahindra & Mahindra ownership and it is named after the Italian town of Tivoli, which can be read as “I love it” in reverse. Under development for three years, the crossover was introduced in South Korea in early 2015 with a choice of small-displacement, gasoline and diesel engines. Built in its home country, the Tivoli is exported in several markets in Asia and Europe.

In 2016, SsangYong has expanded the Tivoli family by offering a longer version of the mini SUV. Called the Tivoli XLV, it features a longer body, a roomier interior, and the enhanced practicality that enables it to compete against larger crossovers. Previewed by the XLV Air concept at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, the production model is set to go on sale in Europe and the United Kingdom this summer. SsangYong hopes to sell more than 100,000 Tivoli crossovers by the end of 2016.

“Tivoli has been praised universally for meeting a number of customer requirements, not least its ability to carry five adults in comfort and with one of the largest boot capacities, while many other cars in the sector are regarded as being a ‘down-size’ too far,” said Paul Williams, CEO of SsangYong Motor U.K. “Now SsangYong has gone a step further by launching an extended car to provide even more carrying capacity and practicality. This was shown as the XLV Air concept at the IAA motor show in Frankfurt last year, and from the extremely favorable feedback received, took the decision to put the car into production.”

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PostHeaderIcon SsangYong XAV-Adventure Concept

SsangYong is a brand that a lot of Americans might be unaware of, since it isn’t sold here and lives in the shadow of bigger Korean automakers even in the markets where it is sold. It is noteworthy for being the company that built the Rodius, the first generation of which has been argued to be ugliest production car of all time, even uglier than the Pontiac Aztek. SsangYong has avoided taking too many chances with styling since then, but a newly unveiled concept has shown that someone at the company is still thinking about how to make SsangYong cars stand out.

Called the XAV-Adventure, the concept is meant to be a futuristic version of the Korando crossover currently being produced. The concept is both a design study and a platform for several advanced technologies that SsangYong has yet to introduce for production vehicles. SsangYong doesn’t appear to have any plans to change the Korando into this vehicle, but the right amount of follow-up on a vehicle like this could give the perpetual underdog a bit of a boost, and a chance to compete with the relative giant that is Hyundai, even if it doesn’t make it to the U.S.

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PostHeaderIcon SsangYong Tivoli

Considering most of TopSpeed’s readership resides in the US, odds are few of you have ever heard of SsangYong. To help you get up to speed, here’s a brief crash course. Founded in the 50s, SsangYong is the fourth largest automaker in South Korea. A few years back, the company was bought by Mahindra and Mahindra Limited, and since then, SsangYong has been busy developing the Tivoli, sinking 42 months of development time and investing 350 billion Korean Won into its creation.

This compact SUV strives to be an entry-level vehicle that sports all the features of a mainstream crossover, but at a more affordable price. Named after the stylish town near Rome, the Tivoli was seen in concept form at four recent international motor shows, and was officially unveiled in Seoul last month.

On the surface, the SsangYong Tivoli appears to have the right combination of flair, equipment and affordability. But it takes a closer look to determine just how well this machine stacks up in a market flooded with competitors.

Click past the jump to read more about the SsangYong Tivoli.

SsangYong Tivoli originally appeared on topspeed.com on Friday, 13 February 2015 13:00 EST.

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