New Ssangyong Korando to debut in Geneva | Motorshow - Car News Feb 2019

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12:25 Thursday 28 Feb 2019

An all-new SsangYong Korando is on the way.

The Korean manufacturer have announced that they will unveil the fourth-generation of their popular SUV at next week’s Geneva Motor Show.

The Korando has undergone a complete redesign, from a distinctive new grille and headlight treatment  to a new premium quality interior.  Ssangyong also promise that the all-new Korando will include enhanced driver assistance and safety systems along with state-of-the-art connectivity.  A 9-inch AVN and 10.25-inch full colour LCD cluster with dual navigation provide access to all the infotainment.

The all-new Korando will be powered by new 1.5 litre turbo petrol, updated 1.6 litre diesel Euro 6 engines, with an electric powertrain version to follow later.


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