Ssangyong SIV-1 Concept teased for Geneva

By Editors on February 11, 2013 1:53 PM
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Providing a new and more visually enticing take on the automaker's potential future design language, the new Ssangyong SIV-1 Concept will be making its debut next month at the Geneva Auto Show. This sleekly styled one-off crossover SUV matches elegantly energetic lines and proportions with interesting details that include a front fascia that boasts two different kinds of LED lighting elements, boldly flared fenders and a tailgate framed by an integrated spoiler and a highly sculpted lower valence that incorporates a functional diffuser and dual exhaust outlets.

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Surprisingly, Korea's fourth largest automaker has not yet revealed what the "SIV" nomenclature is meant to indicate. While there's still no word on any of the SIV-1 Concept's powertrain details or tech features, we do know the Ssangyong SIV-1 is 177.2 inches long, 64.6 inches tall and has a 106.3 wheelbase. That would make it about the same length and height as a Honda CR-V but with a 3.3-inch longer wheelbase dimension that's closer to the new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport.


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