XAVL Concept influences are also present, and as opposed to the quirkiness of the Hyundai Kona and other crossovers from South Korean automakers, you could even say that SsangYong is playing it cool with the Korando. The three-spoke steering wheel of the camo-clad mule, for example, is lifted straight off the.
Turning our attention back to internal combustion, the engine lineup is anticipated to consist of two options. In addition to a 1.5-liter four-cylinder with mild-hybrid technology, a 1.6-liter turbo diesel is also in the pipeline. As for the electric version of the Korando, the powertrain of the e-SIV Concept could serve as an influence.
As a brief refresher, the e-SIV has 140 kilowatts (190 metric horsepower or 188 brake horsepower) to offer. The 61.5-kWh lithium-ion battery, on the other hand, is good enough for a range estimated between 320 and 450 kilometers (200 – 280 miles).
Other than the Korando, SsangYong is working on the Tivoli facelift (coming in late 2019 or early 2020). The Rexton, meanwhile, is expected to be refreshed in 2022. Chances are the Rexton Sports pickup truck will be overhauled then as well.
On an ending note, did you knowis listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the longest surviving nameplate from South Korea?
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