2013 SsangYong SIV-1 concept in Geneva review and pictures

Posted on Saturday, 9 March 2013 , 11:03:45 byDan

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SsangYong SIV-1 concept in Geneva

SsangYong carmaker was present at the 2013 edition of the Geneva Motor Show and it did not arrive empty-handed, but on the contrary. The specialists have arrived with the SsangYong SIV-1 concept which is actually a mid-size premium crossover utility vehicle. The car is actually the next iteration of a concept series first seen as the multi interface XIV presented at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.



To develop its design, specialists have combined power and dynamism. The styling of the concept is informed by the intense and dynamic movements created during the most significant moments like the creation of nature. The exterior design features the multi-purpose styling cues of the crossover to satisfy the numerous different customer demands for this type of vehicle. The wide C pillar separated by the greenhouse style moldings and roof line, hints at a concurrent sensation of speed and robustness to highlight the sportiness of the vehicle. Also, the radiator grille is organically blended with and separated from headlights.



On the inside the model offers a lot of space. Thanks to the metallic center fascia, together with state-of-the-art IT devices the model offers sporty and contemporary sensations. The interior challenges the rules of driving experience with features such as the bilaterally symmetrical instrument panel and four independent bucket seats that engender the sporty yet safe spirit of driving. To increase driving safety and secure perfect driving conditions, the engineers have used nano-tube technology-based high function heat coating. The new SsangYong model also features a glass-heating system that removes window frosting in cold weather in the shortest time possible. In the same time it maintains an optimal internal temperature and ideal driving environment. These are all the details offered for the moment.