SsangYong built an electric car with a power reserve of 450 kilometers

SsangYong built an electric car with a power reserve of 450 kilometers

March 7, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

The company SsangYong brought to Geneva a concept electric crossover called e-SIV. The name of the concept car is deciphered by the Electronic Smart Interface Vehicle – an electric car with an “intelligent” interface. The novelty should give an idea of ​​the appearance of the Korando model of the next generation (in Russia it is known as Actyon). The serial version of the machine should go on sale in 2020. A little earlier, the version with petrol engines debuts.

SsangYong e-SIV is equipped with an electric unit that develops 190 horsepower. The maximum speed of the crossover is 150 km per hour. A set of batteries allows you to travel without charging up to 450 kilometers. In this case, the battery reserve can be replenished by 80% in just 50 minutes.

The length of the machine is 4460 mm, and the width is 1870 mm. SsangYong e-SIV received a trapezoidal radiator grille in the style of the new generation Rexton model. Also the crossover was completed with thin headlights of the head light, connected by an LED strip for the entire width of the hood.

In the cabin of the car is installed a digital instrument panel and a large touch-screen display of the infotainment system. The driver is available satellite navigation and voice recognition system. Also, the driver can remotely change the climate settings and monitor the vehicle’s charge. Also, the novice received a system of semi-autonomous control.