The Korean carmaker has teased the C-segment crossover in design sketches and claims that it hints at Ssangyong’s future direction towards mobility, new technologies and product development.
The Korean brand says that the car showcases its future approach and commitment to electrified vehicles, connectivity and autonomous driving.
The e-SIV is powered by a 61.5kWh battery pack and 188hp motor. It is claimed to be capable of up to 450 kilometres to one charge and has a top speed of 150kph.
The e-SIV is equipped with a radar and camera system, unlocking some semi-autonomous capabilities.
The ‘stage 2’ tech on board means that it can recognise lane markings using the cameras and maintain a safe distance from vehicles ahead using the radar system.