Next gen Ssangyong Rodius caught under bright sunlight

Posted on: Feb 1, 2013 - 2:59pm IST

Regular Indian Autos Blog readers know what is Ssanyong Rodius and how big and off the beat it its! We brought you the information that the Mahindra owned South Korean auto marque is working on a replacement for the mammoth MPV that could seat a dozen.

2014 Ssangyong Rodius front2014 Ssangyong Rodius rear

Following the spyshots of the car, Ssangyong has released the official sketches of the next gen Ssangyong Rodius. Thankfully the design is a clear departure from the earlier car which is considered as an eye sore by most of the people.

2014 Ssangyong Rodius snout2014 Ssangyong Rodius rear quarter

The curves are replaced by edges and that has made the MPV even more imposing. The spyshots of the car, being on public road in what appears to be South Korea were posted by a user called MickaBZH on

2014 Ssangyong Rodius side2014 Ssangyong Rodius interior

The big MPV is expected to be powered by Ssangyong’s 2.0 litre diesel engine that was developed in house and also powers Korando C. The engine reportedly comes in two states of tune – 148 bhp and 173 bhp. The car could also use Mercedes licensed 3.2 litre petrol motor.

Given that the car has already hit the public roads complete with badges, we reckon that the next gen Ssangyong Rodius is not far away from its global debut. A Geneva Motor Show unveil is our hunch.


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3 thoughts on “Next gen Ssangyong Rodius caught under bright sunlight

  1. […] of 6.2 liters per 100 km (16.12 km/l). This engine is also available on the soon to be launched next gen Ssangyong Rodius. In the Rodius, the same engine is also available in a more powerful state of tune with 173bhp on […]

  2. Dhananjayan says:

    Looks too much Hyundai from the rear!!


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Nithyanandh K

As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!