At the Geneva Motor Show in 2018, SsangYong presented the conceptual crossover e-SIV to the public, which is intended to give an idea of how the first electro mobile of the brand will look like and the successor to Korando (Actyon).

SsangYong e-SIV Concept got a rather catchy appearance. The front has a muscular bumper with pronounced side sections, and the squinting headlights are visually combined with a thin chrome strip.

Side-by-side in the eye rush stylish punches on the sidewalls, as well as five-spoke discs. Strips of tail lights designers stretched the entire width of the stern.

In the salon, the prototype has four separate seats, and the Koreans offer to operate the basic functions of the car from the touch interface of a multimedia system, which is equipped with a voice recognition function based on artificial intelligence.

The conceptual all-in-one sports a built-in network connection, thanks to which the driver can change the climate and safety settings, and also monitor the battery level remotely.

The length and width of the SsangYong e-SIV Concept reach 4,460 and 1,870 mm respectively, the wheelbase size of the prototype is 2,680 millimeters. The crossover is driven by an electric motor with a power of 190 hp, which draws energy from a set of batteries with a capacity of 61.6 kWh.

The claimed range is 450 km. Recharging the battery from 0 to 80% can be done in 50 minutes, using a fast charging station. The dynamics of the car in the company does not apply, but it is known that it can be accelerated to 150 km/h.

In addition, e-SIV was equipped with a semi-autonomous control system. The latter is able to control the lane and keep a safe distance to the vehicle ahead. In this case, the installation of an additional sensor should allow to significantly expand the capabilities of the system, increasing its level of autonomy to the third.