With Torres a new life for Ssanjeong

birth car – The ssangyong, which at the beginning of the year, after escaping from bankruptcy by a Korean consortium, wants to relaunch itself by introducing a new model. It’s a four-wheel drive vehicle named Torres Which combines a new stylistic philosophy “Powered by Toughness”, based on four elements defined by the house: robust design, unexpected cheerfulness, vibrant contrast, and a connection to nature. It is expected to reach the market in 2023.

muscle look – The SsangYong Torres It is an SUV with muscular shapes, and in terms of size, it will be placed between Korando and Rexton (so it can be assumed that its length is about 465 cm). The front is reminiscent of Jeeps, with a square grille featuring seven vertical stripes and slim LED headlights. The bumper is distinguished by the fake air intakes where the fog lights are located, and strong aluminum protection located at the bottom. The profile of the car is distinguished by a high waistline and sturdy wheel arches that are highlighted by the plastic protection. The tailgate in particular is distinguished by a side-hinged shape and a flashy rounded geometry. According to the Korean company, the new look is inspired by some models of the past such as the Musso SUV in the 1990s.

Interior design in keeping with the times – Inside the new SsangYong Torres There is a multimedia system screen placed in the center of the dashboard, and another touchpad placed below to control the interior temperature, driving modes, parking sensors and other functions. Instruments are digital and visible on a thin screen placed in front of the steering wheel.

In Europe only electric car? Technically SsangYong Torres The platform should be shared with the Korando, in fact, the Korean house recalls the same 1.5 T-GDI with 163 horsepower between the engines combined with a 6-speed automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive. There will also be an electric model with 188 hp and a range of just over 320 km. According to rumors, only the latter should reach Europe.

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