Ssangyong Tivoli revealed – IAB Report

Posted on: Dec 24, 2014 - 9:24pm IST

To make a public debut next month.

Ssangyong has given its fans the best Christmas gift yet, with the final shot of the Tivoli compact SUV. The Korean car maker released a teaser video which showed the side profile of the vehicle yesterday, but today Ssangyong UK’s CEO, Paul Williams, has revealed the car. Wishing his followers a Happy Christmas, Williams used his Twitter page to share a picture of the upcoming vehicle.

2015 Ssangyong Tivoli compact SUV front three quarter
The Tivoli will become the smallest and least expensive Ssangyong when it hits the market.

Based on the two concepts – XIV Air and XIV Adventure, the Tivoli will be the smallest and the least expensive product from Ssangyong. Engine options will include 1.6-litre petrol and diesel units, both of which are reported to have been jointly developed with Mahindra.

The B-Segment vehicle will make a public debut next month in Korea, but its Indian arrival is not yet planned. Ssangyong’s parent company, Mahindra, is currently working on to bring a couple of new products next year, but as of now, the list doesn’t include the Tivoli compact SUV.

Ssangyong Tivoli side teased
The engine options for the compact SUV include 1.6-litre petrol and diesel units.

Also read: Mahindra continues testing the next generation Bolero

India will instead get the S101 compact SUV, the utilitarian U301, Quanto AMT ‘Autoshift’, Tata Ace-rivalling P601 pick up, and the Electric Verito sedan, some of which have been confirmed.

Competitors: Renault Duster, Hyundai ix25, Ford EcoSport
Expected Price: Around 15,000 GBP (INR 15 lakhs)
Launch date: January 2015 in Korea, followed by global markets

Ssangyong XIV Adventure Concept at the 2014 Paris Motor Show – Image Gallery

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One thought on “Ssangyong Tivoli revealed – IAB Report

  1. Dr. Nayak says:

    What a PR disaster in terms of knowledge disseminatin about the new engine. The outer look is just a cookie cutter SUV from any B rated automobile company. It takes on an average 3 years to develop a new engine, but nothing new about it is mentioned or publicized. Typical Mahindra that has no clue about how to launch a product and get free publicity!

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