SsangYong has revealed the all-new Korando SUV ahead of a public debut at the Geneva motor show.
The fourth-generation of the midsize SUV will fill the gap in SsangYong’s local range between the smaller Tivoli and the larger seven-seat Rexton.
Dimensionally, the new Korando is 4410mm long, 1830mm wide and 1675mm high with a 2650mm wheelbase, making it longer, wider and lower than the car it replaces.
The exterior looks significantly sharper and adopts the brand’s new design language.
On the inside, SsangYong is promising a driver-focused layout and a premium feel. Interior equipment highlights include a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, a 9.0-inch central infotainment screen and ambient lighting.
At launch, power will come from either a new 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine or an updated 1.6-litre turbo-diesel unit.
Looking further ahead, a Korando is also expected to be SsangYong’s first fully-electric model.
SsangYong’s Australian arm has confirmed the all-new Korando will launch in locally during the third quarter of 2019.
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