Korean automaker unveiled a local model of the SUV that will compete with the Skoda Enyaq iV starting next year.
SsangYong, a South Korean 4×4 manufacturer, just unveiled an all-new EV named the Torres. It claims will arrive in Europe in 2023 as a BEV. This EV is codenamed U100 internally. It will fill the space in the lineup between both the Korando and the Rexton, the brand’s second smallest and supreme vehicles, accordingly.
It is likely to have a somewhat higher off-road focus than just the Czech version, as well as virtually all other vehicles in the class. SsangYong is similar to Land Rover because it takes pleasure in knowing that all of those vehicles are built to be capable off-road. However, they are just not as properly equipped as the British brand’s vehicles.
Roll Back The Years
According to the footage, the Torres will have a front storage box, similar to the Land Rover Defender, as well as side steps, but they are likely to be optional extras. According to Ssangyong, the new style is inspired by its “unique design background,” with several pointers to the Musso, a British-designed, Mercedes-Benz-engineered SUV from the 1990s.
Inside the car, there’s a ‘floating’ infotainment screen in the center of the dashboard. And a second screen just below it for managing the internal temperatures, and driving mode indicator. Additionally parking/reversing aid proximity sensors, and other features. Also exhibited is a sleek digital instrument panel.
Price Yet To Be Determined
SsangYong Torres, whose official stats will be released soon. It is expected to be quite competitive in its pricing. The vehicle will cost $20,900 in South Korea when it goes on sale. The cost of the most expensive bundles reaches $24,000.