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2012 SsangYong XIV-2 Concept

CAR GARAGE | 2012 SsangYong XIV-2 Concept | Evolving the idea behind the first-generation concept, Ssangyong XIV-2 (User Interface Exciting Vehicle 2) has been developed into a vehicle That offers 'a special experience with fun'. Ssangyong Motor Company is Gaining a reputation in Europe for creative, futuristic and advanced designs, and at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show the 4x4 specialist will unveil its next groundbreaking concept.

XIV-2 is Ssangyong's global strategic model, and has harnessed every element of the company's design and engineering expertise from its inception. Representing a strategic milestone for Ssangyong, XIV-2 will be launched in Various body styles Including 5 door, 3 door, coupe and an extended body version.

Embodying Ssangyong's design philosophy of 'Robust Aesthetics Realization', XIV-2 moves forward from the previous XIV-1 design with progressive styling cues.  In profile, the body blends fast, confident lines with strong themes creating a dynamic silhouette. Carbon fiber trim Gives a sense of the Ssangyong's nimble, lightweight feel while the aerodynamic shape will appeal to active young drivers.

Inside, the concept's design Continues the dynamic design with refined simplicity Carried over from the XIV-1. Ssangyong XIV-2's cabin controls are integrated into one central system and managed using a center console-mounted screen. Ssangyong's design philosophy focuses on conveying 'driving fun' through its experimental spirit and progressive design. Just as XIV-2 reflects Ssangyong's design principle now, the same ethos will be displayed in all future concept vehicles.

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