We have known for a while that South Korean vehicle manufacturer SsangYong has a new crossover in the pipeline. The vehicle was codenamed the X100 and it has been captured many times by spy photographers who caught the vehicle doing test runs. The company now says that this new crossover will be called the SsangYong Tivoli.
SsangYong had shown the XIV-Air and XIV-Adventure concept vehicles at the 2014 Paris Motor Show held in France during the month of October this year. These vehicles had 1.6 litre petrol and 1.6 litre diesel engines that are compliant with the Euro 6 emission norms under the bonnet and it should be safe to assume that the Tivoli will be no different.
This new crossover gets its name from a town in Italy that is located in close proximity to the capital city, Rome. From the images and the information about the XIV concept vehicles, the Tivoli will most likely measure just under 4.2 metres in length and have a wheelbase of 2600mm. The SsangYong Tivoli will hit the showrooms in South Korea in January of 2015. The global markets of this South Korean car maker will probably see the car sometime around halfway through 2015.