2013 Geneva Motor Show: SsangYong SIV-1 Concept breaks cover
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- 07:01 pm, March 06, 2013
SsangYong has no immediate plans to turn the SIV-1 Concept to reality.
Korean SUV giant SsangYong has unveiled the SIV-1 concept at the coveted Geneva Motor Show. The stylish premium crossover has been designed in keeping with SsangYong’s new design philosophy. At 4500mm long, 1880mm wide sitting on a 2700mm wheelbase, the SIV-1 is fairly big, which means the production model (if SsangYong ever makes one) could prove to be a very spacious offering.
SIV in SIV-1 stands for Smart Vehicle Interface. The premium crossover is a follow up to the XIV-1 concept showcased at the 2011 edition of the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Under the hood, the SIV-1 concept features a 1.6-litre direct-injection turbocharged petrol engine which can be paired with either a six-speed manual or a dual-clutch automatic gearbox. Sadly, SsangYong has made no announcement about a production version.
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First Published on 06:58 pm, March 06, 2013
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