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SsangYong officially revealed the compact crossover Tivoli

SsangYong officially revealed the compact crossover Tivoli

SsangYong officially revealed the compact crossover Tivoli

Named after the Italian resort car became the first completely new development of the Korean company since as the Indian Mahindra bought a 70% stake in SsangYong. Named after the Italian resort car became the first completely new development of the Korean company since as the Indian Mahindra bought a 70% stake in SsangYong.

In the South Korean Seoul hosted the official presentation of the new B-segment crossover SsangYong Tivoli. Named after the Italian resort car became the first completely new development of the Korean company since as the Indian Mahindra bought a 70% stake in SsangYong.

Compact crossover length of 4.2 meters is built on an entirely new platform and is designed for five passengers. The car is equipped with a suspension-type “McPherson” in front and torsion beam rear. The amount of luggage – 423 liters.

First, the market will modify Tivoli gasoline 1.6-liter 124-horsepower (157 Nm at 4600 rev / min.). By default, the engine will be paired with a six-step “mechanics”, but then the car can be ordered with the “automatic” Aisin production with the same number of bands. Similar transmission is equipping lineup Mini. Plans to release versions with front-wheel and four-wheel drive.

SsangYong officially revealed the compact crossover Tivoli

In addition, in the long term in sale and diesel version with a 1.6-liter engine, the characteristics of which were not disclosed until the manufacturer.

In the equipment will crossover seven airbags (the seventh is a knee airbag for the driver), rain sensor, seats and a heated steering wheel, parking sensors, a rearview camera, and multimedia system with HDMI-connector to display videos with mobile gadgets on the screen vehicle.

Utility differs ample opportunities for customization – customers can choose different color schemes, and it’s not just about the body, but also the interior.

The company says that the development of Tivoli took 42 months of work and about 270 million euros of funding. SsangYong plans to sell about 100,000 copies Tivoli annually, nearly 40,000 of them are designed for the market of South Korea.

Approximate price Tivoli in the markets of different countries will be about $ 15,000 – $ 21,000.

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