SsangYong Rodius (2004)
SsangYong Kyron (2005)
SsangYong Musso Sports (2005)
SsangYong Rexton (2005)
SsangYong Actyon (2006)
SsangYong Actyon Sports (2006)
SsangYong C200 Concept
The SsangYong C200 Concept car, which is a futuristic compact SUV, is a symbolic model that marks a milestone in SsangYong Motor's plan to expand its product lineup, which will fully commence in 2010, based on the company's mid- to long-term vision.
The mid- to long-term plan of SsangYong Motor is to diversify its product lineup, which is currently focused on frame-type rear-wheel-drive models. Its plan is to begin with an addition to its product lineup of a front-wheel-drive urban compact SUV that is based on a newly developed power train and monocoque body.
The SsangYong C200 Concept is more than just a concept car to SsangYong Motor because it is performing a pivotal role in the company's efforts to expand its lineup to include monocoque-based models by moving away from the current line-up that is focused on the frame-type models.
The SsangYong C200 Concept has been designed based on an urban style concept by adding the unique "stylishness and progressiveness" of SsangYong Motor to the elegant and highly sophisticated characteristics of SsangYong Motor's models currently available on the market.
This implies that SsangYong Motor has taken a step further from its former progressive and unique design characteristics. SsangYong Motor has added more female, city-oriented, and modern elements to its existing progressive and futuristic design characteristics.
The SsangYong C200 Concept is designed to accommodate the needs of people living in the city, emphasizing comfortableness, elegance, and enhanced use of space. It features a sharp and agile shape that is in line with the image of young city drivers who are always looking for something new and more than willing to take on interesting new challenges. The vehicle also employs a center fascia design that symbolizes SsangYong Motor's passion for four-wheel-drive SUVs and that clearly expresses what customer segment the vehicle is targeting.
SsangYong Rexton R-Line (2009)
SsangYong KEV2 Concept (2011)
New platform, new design, new engine - the new SsangYong Korando brings an entirely fresh approach to the crossover market.
Introducing a number of significant firsts for SsangYong, the Korando is ready to take a bold step into one of the most buoyant sectors of the European car market. Merging the low running costs and dynamic abilities of a conventional family hatchback with the visual appeal, adventurous spirit and rough-road capability of an SUV, the SsangYong Korando is aimed at the heart of the crossover market.
With the focus on quality and desirability, the SsangYong Korando has been designed and jointly developed in Europe by renowned stylist Giorgetto Giugiaro. With one of the most famous names in automotive design behind it, the new Korando takes on a modern, stylish SUV shape reflecting the rugged appeal that lies at the heart of today's SsangYong Motor Company.
Looking outside of Europe, the SsangYong Korando brand is already one of the strongest in the SUV market. Indeed, Korando is listed in the Korean Guinness Book of World Records as the country's longest surviving automotive brand. With its roots stretching as far back as 1974, the Korando started a new chapter in Korean car making as the first-ever self-developed four-wheel-drive model to come from the country in 1983. The next significant evolution in 1996 was the adoption of Mercedes-Benz diesel technology when the third generation model was introduced.
Now, after a five year absence from the world's car market, SsangYong Korando is back in an all-new form to claim its place among the world's new C-segment SUV crossover models.