Frankfurt 2011: SsangYong XIV-1 Concept

2011 Frankfurt Auto Show

The SsangYong XIV-1 crossover concept had made its debut and will enter production soon.

The SsangYong XIV-1 concept is an interesting idea in and of itself. Making its debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show, the next generation crossover is complete with a futuristic design and suicide doors. The XIV-1 concept was originally designed as a B-segment SUV but with the affordability of a small family car. The result is a spacious and cool crossover with modern design lines and plenty of utility.

The concept is available in either two-wheel drive or all-wheel-drive. It runs on your choice of a 1.6-liter gasoline or diesel in-line 4-cylinder engine. SsangYong has confirmed plans for production of the XIV-1 crossover concept.

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