completely new Ssangyong Rexton to lead a new's plans for growth
will be replaced by Ssangyong Rexton outgoing next year
SUV will offer for sale next year at a cost of less than 30K £ will be previewed by the backdoor concept at the Paris Motor show
Ssangyong plans to launch three completely new versions over the next three years, which is actually believed which the move toward profitability as well as increased global production towards 500,000 units year as well as sales of the United Kingdom to 10,000.
will come with completely new options 2.2-liter diesel as well as 2.0-liter turbo gasoline engines as well as equipment will include lane departure warning as well as self-braking. which is actually required to start below £ 30,000 when which goes on sale prices within the UK.
in 2018, as well as Ssangyong launch Rexton-based, full-size taxi The completely new pick-up crew, Q200 codenamed, to battle goalkeeper Ford as well as Hilux Toyota . which will come in two different axes as well as a choice of two lengths loading bay, as well as will be powered by the same engines as the completely new Rexton.
in 2019, the Korean car industry will replace a medium-sized power Korando SUV using a stylish third-generation design designed to compete with Kia Sportage as well as [19,459,014 Nissan Qashqai . Will design inspiration through Tivoli, as well as they will use the single copy goes Tivoli architecture, including multi-link rear suspension.
Ssangyong Group CEO Johng Sik Choi says which the company will keep fighting to regain lost traction in export markets during the 2008-2009 recession, as well as more recently in Russia, where sales affected by the sanctions.
within the United Kingdom, as well as increased sales of Ssangyong through a low point of 280 units last year 2010-3600. CEO of the United Kingdom Paul Williams believes the figure could exceed 6,000 in 2016, when they added extra length Tivoli XLV group. Sales of the United Kingdom using a total of up to 10,000 is actually “within sight” when they hit the completely new versions planned each market.
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