SsangYong Tivoli EVR
The smaller brands do not tend to be the most cutting-edge technologies that launched to the market. A lower number of sales they report less profits and therefore less money to invest in R & D. But this limitation does not affect in excess of SsangYong. The hyundai brand is located to develop new and interesting technologies of electric propulsion and driving autonomous in a few years we might see it in their catalog.
SsangYong already bet by the mechanical LPG, but will escape more complex issues such as the hybrids. The brand has revealed that is working on its first electric model, the SsangYong Tivoli EVR. It is a hybrid variant of extended range of this SUV that is being developed in the framework of a research and development project of the government of South Korea.
SsangYong Korando for the development of technologies for driving autonomous
SsangYong plans to begin marketing the Tivoli EVR of face-to-2019. This SUV features a electric motor of about 108 horses that eats batteries lithium polymer battery of 25kWh. autonomy mode 100% power is of 125 miles, but using the gasoline engine as a generator (no known specifications) you can get to go 400 miles. The maximum speed is 150 km/h.
In parallel SsangYong is working with the company Katech in the development of driving systems autonomous. About the SsangYong Korando brand is testing the capabilities of the model to driving alone, helped by sensors, cameras and radars, in a straight line, curve or through obstacles. In June of 2014 SsangYong and Katech and signed a manifesto of understanding with the purpose of selling autonomous vehicles by 2020.
Source – SsangYong
From 18.450 euros
Now from 16,450 similarly euros