Specifications of 2012 SsangYong XIV-2 Concept

2012 SsangYong XIV 2 Concept 1 Specifications of 2012 SsangYong XIV 2 Concept

2012 SsangYong XIV 2 Concept 3 Specifications of 2012 SsangYong XIV 2 Concept

SsangYong Motor Company has earned fame in Europe for futuristic, creative and advanced designs and in the Geneva motor show it will reveal the next groundbreaking concept. Making its debut in Geneva, the xlV-2 is a convertible CUV and follows the tracks of SsangYong XlV-1 concept which was first shown at the IAA in Frankfurt, September 2011. Developing the idea behind the concept of first generation, the new model has been a vehicle which offers experience with fun. An advanced convertible roof adds to the fun element and gives the driver and passenger rich wind in the hair. This model has harnessed all element of the design of the company. This CUV retains a dynamic, robust SUV at its core. The car will be featured with highly fuel efficient CO2 technologies which include Euro Vl compliant 1.6 diesel and petrol engines, six speed automatic or manual transmission and idle stop and go. The new car will be launched in different body styles including 3 door, 5 door coupe and extended body version.

Embodying SsangYong’s design of Robust Aesthetics Realisation, the new car moves forward from the earlier model with styling cues. Showing how the aesthetics of an SUV can be enjoyed along with benefits of a B segment car, the design of the new car combines the look of an active model with the shape of a coupe. The body mixes fast confident lines creating a vibrant silhouette. The carbon fibre trim gives the feeling of light weight while its aerodynamic shape will appeal young drivers. It features a fabric roof. Moving towards the interior, it continues the dynamic design with simplicity carried over from the earlier model. Highlighted with red emphasises the company’s dynamics with each part of the cabin styled to ensure driving pleasure. The cabin controls are incorporated into one central system. It focuses on fun through the experimental and progressive design spirit.


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