Category Archives: Seoul Motor Show 2015

VW T-ROC front three quarter at the 2015 Seoul Motor Show

VW T-ROC compact crossover – 2015 Seoul Live

Polo-sized crossover to begin production by 2016-17. Volkswagen Korea has unveiled the 2-door crossover T-ROC concept at the ongoing 2015 Seoul Motor Show. Under the theme “Innovative technology and design”, VW exhibits cars of future mobility designs,

2016 Kia K5 2016 Kia Optima front at Seoul Motor Show 2015

2016 Kia K5 (Kia Optima) – 2015 Seoul Live

First Kia to sport Bi-function HID headlights with dynamic bending lights. Kia unveiled the new 2016 K5 (2016 Kia Optima) at the Seoul Motor Show 2015 today. The K5’s American version, the Optima, was revealed at the New York Auto Show yesterday.

Kia Novo Concept front at the Seoul Motor Show 2015

Kia Novo Concept – 2015 Seoul Live

Based on Kia’s C-segment platform. Apart from the new Kia K5, the Korean car maker also showcased the Novo concept at the Seoul Motor Show 2015 today. The coupe-inspired fastback design hints at future styling and strategy, Kia says, although a

Ssangyong XAV Concept front three quarter

Ssangyong XAV Concept – 2015 Seoul Live

Powered by a 1.6-liter engine with e-4WD. The Ssangyong XAV Concept has premiered at the Seoul Motor Show 2015 today. The “authentic” SUV concept is designed combining tradition and the latest trends. The XAV demonstrates the future direction

Hyundai Enduro Concept front at the Seoul Motor Show 2015

Hyundai Enduro SUV concept – 2015 Seoul Live

Features a new design interpretation of Hyundai’s hexagonal grille. Hyundai has presented the Enduro concept at the Seoul Motor Show 2015. The Enduro, derived from the word Endurance, is designed to combine an SUV look with that of a rally motorcycle,

2016 Chevrolet Spark front at the Seoul Motor Show 2015

2016 Chevrolet Spark (Beat) – 2015 Seoul Live

Powered by an all-new 1.4-liter Ecotec engine. GM today took the wraps off the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Spark (Chevrolet Beat in India) at the Seoul Motor Show 2015. The new Spark will be offered in more than 40 markets across the world, but according to