SsangYong Drops Top on XIV-2 Convertible Concept
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SsangYong Drops Top on XIV-2 Convertible Concept

2012 Geneva Auto Show


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2012 Geneva Auto Show

Just the Facts:
  • Korean automaker SsangYong unveiled its XIV-2 convertible concept at the 2012 Geneva Auto Show, but did not detail any production plans for the vehicle.
  • SsangYong said the XIV-2 will be launched in various body styles, including a coupe and an extended-body version.
  • The XIV-2 concept gets a fabric roof with a one-touch automatic operating system.

GENEVA — Korean automaker SsangYong unveiled its XIV-2 convertible concept at the 2012 Geneva Auto Show, but did not detail any production plans for the soft-top crossover.

SsangYong, which is an affiliate of India's Mahindra & Mahindra, does not sell vehicles in the U.S.

SsangYong said the XIV-2 will be produced in various body styles, including a coupe and an extended-body version, as well as five-door and three-door variants. The cars will get 1.6-liter four-cylinder gas and diesel engines linked to six-speed manual or automatic transmissions. SsangYong said they will be sold in global markets.

The XIV-2 concept gets a fabric roof with a one-touch automatic operating system. Other details include four bucket seats, an Auto User Interface for smart and mobile devices, and dials with red highlights.

Edmunds.com says: You'll have to seek your summer fun elsewhere, since this Korean drop top is unlikely to make it into production.

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