SsangYong has previewed what could be its next crossover SUV ahead of the Geneva Motor Show next month.
The SIV-1 concept (smart interface vehicle) has only shown a concept sketch so far, but promises that it defines the brand’s new design philosophy as well as its intentions to launch a “mid-premium” crossover.
The Korean band has been building its representation in the UK with a network of over 60 sites.
The brand is still looking for dealers to take on the franchise in a number of open points across England, Scotland and Wales, including: Aberdeen, Borders, Cambridge, Chester, Greater Manchester, Leicester, Liverpool, London & South East, Luton, Mid & North Wales, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Nottingham, Reading, Teesside and Watford.
SsangYong registered 875 vehicles in 2012 in comparison to 194 in 2011, building from a small base. The brand registered 28 vehicles in January, in comparison to 43 units in January 2012.