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SsangYong to showcase e-SIV electric SUV concept at Geneva

SsangYong will showcase its e-SIV electric SUV concept at the Geneva motor show alongside the European launch of its all-new Musso pick-up truck. The e-SIV is a strategic model for the brand, and illustrates its approach towards future electric vehicles, connectivity and autonomous driving.


SsangYong developed e-SIV (Electronic Smart Interface Vehicle) to demonstrate its approach towards creating a connected mobility solution along with autonomous driving. The e-SIV is based on the design selected for SsangYong’s next generation C-segment SUV.

The car is powered by a 140 kW motor and features fast charging of up to 80% in 50 minutes, with a maximum speed of 150 km/h (93 mph) and a range of up to 450 km (280 miles).

This is the company’s fifth electric car concept to be exhibited. Previous models include KEV1 in 2010, KEV2 (2011), e-XIV (2012), and Tivoli EV-R shown at Geneva in 2015.



Charging to 80% in 50 minutes is not very fast charging? It will over use/restrict charging places? Should be reduced to under 10 minutes if not 5 minutes?

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