SsangYong has released a few teaser images of the XAV-Adventure and the XLV-Air concepts which will be making their world debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show (2015 IAA). Along with the concepts the South Korean automaker will also launch the diesel powered Tivoli for the European markets.
The XLV-Air concept is dubbed as the larger pre-production model of the Tivoli with added interior room to accommodate seven-seats. Due to be introduced next year, it will feature added cargo space and will be offered with a choice of 1.6-litre petrol or the 1.6-litre diesel engines borrowed from the Tivoli. Transmission choices include a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed Aisin automatic, with front wheel drive setup as standard or an optional all-wheel drive setup.
Additionally, SsangYong will also be showcasing the XAV-Adventure concept which will be their latest iteration of the design language seen on the Korando, with modern lines and a masculine touch. Aimed at active young customers, the concept could be previewing the design of the fourth generation of the Korando. The company goes on to suggest that it will be designed to offer maximum driveability along with enhanced off-road performance.
The diesel powered Tivoli will also be introduced at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. The newly developed 1.6-litre Euro 6 diesel engine will be offered in the Tivoli range for the first time. The engine produces 115 PS (113 hp) of power while churning out 300 Nm of torque. Built from the ground up, the new diesel engine is optimised to deliver enhanced performance and NVH characteristics.
The press release is embedded below the image gallery for further information