SsangYong presents electric SUV e-SIV in Geneva


The Korean car manufacturer has revealed its new electric SUV in the spotlights of the Geneva Motor Show, which is planned to go into serial production in 2020.

The e-SIV, which is short for Electronic Smart Interface Vehicle, was announced in February, and will have a 140 kW electric motor. The top speed has been announced to be at 150 km/h.

The 61.5 kWh battery allows for a range up to 450 km, and is chargeable to 80% in 50 minutes, which speaks of a DC charge of more than 50 kW. The vehicle is somewhat larger than the comparable Korando, with a chassis of 4.46 m length, 1.87m width and 1.63m height, as well as a wheelbase of 2.68m.

The e-SIV also boasts of a range of new driving assistance systems, such as radar and camera sensors, which can recognized road markings as well as other vehicles on the road. The result is a partially autonomous driving experience, which includes automated lane changing, as well as a more active driving mode.

After the KEV1 in 2010, the KEV2 in 2011, the e-XIV in 2012 and the 2015 concept car Tivoli EV-R, this marks the fifth electric vehicle to be produced by SsangYong.,


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