New SsangYong XLV Concept Car
As part of SsangYong's initiative of bringing 21st century technology to the SUV market SsangYong have designed the concept car XLV.
Although we don't expect the XLV to hit showrooms in it's current form it's a sign of the direction that SsangYong want the future of their cars to take.
The XLV stands for eXciting smart Lifestyle Vehicle. SsangYong have combined stylish comfortable driving with efficient performance.
The XLV is a 'smart user interface' B - Segment SUV concept car. The XLV is able to produce incredibly low CO² emissions due to it's hi-tech hybrid system. The XLV uses both a 1.6 litre diesel engine twinned with an electric motor powered by a lithium ion battery. With it's hybrid system the XLV is able to produce a CO² level that is 10% lower than it's competitors.
The 'smart user interface' is part of an advanced technological communication system called the '3S-Cube' which is a combination of Smart-Link, Safe-Way and Special Sense. 'Smart Link' continuously provides new data to allow various functions and control systems to update, including to smart electronic devices and cruise control as well as lane-keeping assistance and the automatic emergency brake systems. The 'Safe-Way' feature provides a number of different features to ensure driving convenience. The 'Special-Sense' allows the driver to create how their information is presented.
The SsangYong XLV has a double layer glass roof which can be adjusted to suit your preference. You have the ability to control the transparency letting you decide how much ambient light is let into the car. Between the layers of glass is a fine particle film which allows the driver to change the level of atmosphere and illumination. The SsangYong XLV will also allow the owner to choose between a selection of specially designed roof patterns.
With it's sleek and stylish dynamic design the SsangYong XLV is truly a car of the future.
The SsangYong XLV is a spacious 7 seater with a flexible interior layout. Ssangyong have made the XLV to be able to set up a 2+2+2+1 seating layout. The seventh seat in the XLV is able to move freely which allows for complete functionality and space between passengers in the second and third rows of seats.
SsangYong have integrated an Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFLS) of matrix LED to add to the essence of a futuristic feel to the XLV whilst also taking into account energy efficiency and customer safety.