In Geneva also will debut the SsangYong XAVL Concept

SsangYong XAVL Concept

SsangYong is growing in leaps and bounds thanks to a few products, although continue to offering a price that is very tight, have considerably improved in design and quality of their new vehicles. It is true that your outward appearance lets see that these designs asian, but the positive side is that it is clear from what is common, than usual, of “business as usual”. This leads to like you a lot or don’t like it nothing.

Makes a few minutes the brand has reported, through a press release, which will be present in the 87 edition of the Geneva motor show introducing an important novelty for the brand, the SsangYong, XAVL Concept. For the moment we only have access to these images teaser published by the company itself. We also know that your car will be able to accommodate a total of seven occupants.

SsangYong XAVL Concept

says SsangYong that this new XAVL Concept is a evolution of the previous prototype XAV shown in 2015. The name XAVL comes from “eXciting Authentic Vehicle Long”. The asian manufacturer claims that this new prototype that will be unveiled at the Geneva motor show will receive the inspiration of the Korando KJ of the years 90, something that sounds less strange; let us hope that it is only the inspiration.

on the other hand, also tell us that in spite of receiving a body-type SUV will have the remarkable roominess and practicality of a minivan, . So, we look forward to an SUV of medium size belonging to the D segment-SUV (yet to confirm) with a big cabin, even when the seven seats are deployed probably the capacity of the luggage compartment is virtually non-existent.

SsangYong XAVL Concept

Not lack the fashionable systems infotainment and connectivity. SsangYong says that he will bring new features in Preventive Security developed by the brand itself and that will help to significantly reduce the chances of an accident. We will see what it is. At the mechanistic level will display the latest developments in propellants of gasoline and diesel fuel.