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SsangYong Motor XLV Concept with 2+2+2+1 seats at Geneva Motor Show

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South Korean automakers SsangYong have unveiled their XLV Concept at Geneva Motor Show being held from March 6-16, 2014. The new XLV stands for eXciting smart Lifestyle Vehicle and is a seven seater compact SUV strictly adhering to the brands new design language.

The XLV concept demonstrated by SsangYong Motors at Geneva Motor Show will serve as a prime example of other products coming out of SsangYong stables in the future and marks an important entry into markets where the company is concerned. It is also a significant product for India where SsangYong was introduced to India by Mahindsra at the Delhi Auto Expo before the Rexton was launched.

SsangYong_XLV  (3)XLV concept is a sturdy and spacious SUV with a seven seater capacity in a 2+2+2+ 1 arrangement. The model is fitted with a hybrid engine which includes a 1.6 litre four cylinder diesel engine and 10 kW electric motor using 500 kWh lithium ion batteries claiming an average CO2 emission of just 98 gms per km and a fuel consumption of around 3.7 litres per 100 km.

SsangYong XLV measures 4430mm in length, 1845mm in width and 1600mm in height while it sits on a wheelbase measuring 2600mm. The XLV sports an orange honeycomb graphic line across the dashboard which is seen with a high resolution instrument cluster and central display screen linked to a smartphone situated beneath its central console. Safety features include adaptive front lighting cruise control, auto emergency braking and lane keep assist. Showcasing SsangYong design philosophy of being Robust, Speciality and Premium, the upcoming XLV will be an ideal vehicle for both urban driving and for other adventure activities.


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Former freelance writer, Pearl Daniels is in the auto industry since 2011, having established herself as a widely read staff writer since 2013. Her keen eye for industry news, daily need to break down latest events, and quest to not miss a single launch detail, gives you the most refreshing morning news on weekdays.

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