Geneva Live – Ssangyong XLV Concept unveiled

Posted on: Mar 4, 2014 - 6:15pm IST

The Ssangyong XLV concept has been showcased at the Geneva Motor Show. As per some media reports, this concept’s underpinning will also spawn the Mahindra S102 SUV.

Ssangyong XLV concept front - Geneva Live

The car is designed to appeal to users who are looking for “individuality and practicality to support their active lifestyle.” Its design philosophy, ‘Nature born – 3 Motion’, is an articulation from the ‘XIV’ concepts presented in previous motorshows.

Ssangyong XLV concept front three quarter profile - Geneva Live

The XLV concept measures 4,430 mm in length, 1,845 mm in width, 1,600 mm in height and 2,600 mm in wheelbase. It will come powered by a 1.6-liter diesel engine paired to an electric motor, Ssangyong announced.

Ssangyong XLV concept side - Geneva Live

The powertrain consists of a 48V hybrid system that pairs a 1.6-litre diesel engine and a 10kW electric motor driven by a 500Wh lithium ion battery. The CO2 level of this model is 10% lower than its competitors, Ssangyong claims.

Ssangyong XLV concept rear three quarter left - Geneva Live

The car features a 2+2+2+1 seating arrangement and the seventh seat can be moved freely along the centre of the car.

Ssangyong XLV concept rear - Geneva Live

More details are available on the press release.

Ssangyong XLV Concept – Image Gallery

Ssangyong XLV Concept – Press Release

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  1. apurvabhai soni says:

    Please announce launching date and price 2

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