Ssangyong seems to have suddenly become a pretty busy auto manufacturer. At the Seoul Motor Show, in South Korea, their homeland, Ssangyong displayed more vehicles. Among them the visitors can admire the Ssangyong Tivoli EVR concept. This should enrich the crossover segment if it gets to see the light as a production car.
The Ssangyong Tivoli EVR concept is based on the regular Tivoli. It is powered by a pair of units made of an electric motor that works together with a one-cylinder gasoline engine that recharges the battery. This pair generates 127 bhp (98 kW) and this means a maximum speed of 93 mph (150 km/h). The crossover concept can run only on electric power for 80 miles (129 km) while the total range stands at 310 miles (499 km), with CO2 emissions standing at just 40 g/km.
The Ssangyong Tivoli EVR concept has plenty of chances to be transformed into a production version because the manufacturer plans on expanding the Tivoli lineup. A larger seven-seat version is also planned for later this year. It will allegedly be 300mm longer than the standard model (4195mm long). But we’ll definitely find out more about all these.
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