SsangYong to Reveal New XIV-2 Concept at Geneva

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The XIV-2 will come with a convertible soft-top roof for ‘wind in the hair’ driving enjoyment.

The South Korean automaker will unveil its new XIV-2 convertible concept car in Geneva, showcasing the successor to the XIV-1 concept that was presented at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. Developed as a premium crossover utility vehicle, the XIV-2 (eXciting User Interface Vehicle 2) concept will be a strategic model for the global market. Styling for the car is a combination of an SUV's power and robustness with an open top sports coupe's dynamism, based around 'a special experience with fun.'

The car features a one-touch automatic opening soft-top roof, and its futuristic design hopes to attract the younger generation of driver. Power comes from eco-friendly, fuel-efficient 1.6-liter diesel and gasoline engines that will meet Euro VI emission regulations.

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