The 2019 SsangYong Korando has been passing a series of road tests. Carparazzi shot it in a dense black camouflage. The SUV will challenge the Nissan Qashqai and new Hyundai Tucson and gets an electric modification in 2020, previewed by the SsangYong e-SIV Concept.
A 1.6-liter diesel motor, as well as a mild-hybrid system based on 1.2- and 1.5-liter petrol engines can be expected in the model range.
The next Korando will be roughly priced from $24,670- 35,050 (€21,170-30,090).
The all-electric version will cost around $32,460 (€27,860).
SsangYong is thinking over the launch of an all-new SUV to sit between the Korando and Rexton in the brand’s lineup.
The company intends to expand its presence in world markets (in Europe, in particular) offering great-design and good-for-money products.
Upper picture: 2017 SsangYong Korando