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SsangYong XIV-Air Concept as Stylish Convenience SUV

At the event of 2014 Paris Motor Show, the new 2014 SsangYong XIV-Air Concept was unveiled along with the new SsangYong XIV Adventure. Compared to other cars SsangYong has manufactured and released. This new SsangYong XIV Concept which release date will be officially on 2015 appears to show significant improvement on features, design, and engine. They are even developed with environmental concern which allows the engine options produce lower CO2 emissions.

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Powerful 2014 SsangYong XIV-Air Concept Design

SsangYong has designed the 2014 SsangYong XIV-Air Concept to show the powerful and dynamic impression, which is a common appearance for SUV car. The design is also brilliantly done by incorporating nature to its characteristic. Just take a look at the T-top roof which allows the driver and passengers to enjoy the beauty of nature. Targa top is also included into the XIV-Air design, which offers more fun while driving. It is just like a scene in movies, where you see the driver looks cool with wind in the hair. Then, looking at the lights design, you can grab an impression of futuristic design which looks simply interesting for contemporary car.

As you enter the SsangYong XIV-Air, you will be greeted by impressive interior design. More importantly, the 2014 SsangYong XIV-Air Concept is done to incorporate your convenience as key point by installing handy controls and devices made from latest technologies. The interior is also cleverly designed to provide comfort for driver and passengers by taking advantages of its SUV model mixed with convenience of saloon car. Passengers can enjoy the freshness provided by dual-zone air conditioning system with adjustment based on outside conditions. Don’t forget to pay attention to entertainment system which includes smart audio system.

2014 SsangYong XIV-Air Concept Engine and Safety Features

You can choose one from two engine options to power the 2014 SsangYong XIV-Air Concept. They are petrol engine with 1.6 liters of displacement and diesel engine with same displacement. The latter generates even less CO2 emissions, which is only 110 – 120 g/km. Both of those engine options have been said to fulfill the latest Euro 6 emission standards. The engine is matched by either manual or automatic transmission in six speeds, as well as either two-wheel or all-wheel drive. The use of Stop/Start system along with electric powers allows this B-segment SUV to reduce power loss and CO2 emissions.

One of key features important to note from 2014 SsangYong XIV-Air Concept is its safety, especially for its passengers. That is why SsangYong design team decided to put electronic stability program or ESP into XIV Air’s improved safety equipment, besides the standard airbags. This safety feature allows you to monitor the road conditions continually as well as the status of the vehicle, speed, output of the engine, balance, braking, and angle of steering when the driver is more likely losing control over the car. There is a system named as Hill Start Assist, which makes it easier for driver to change from brake to pedal for accelerator for safer start before ascending. Emergency Stop Signal is also included to help preventing an accident by giving the following vehicles a warning.

As 2015 is coming real soon, we are quite excited to see the market’s response toward the XIV Air. The improved engine options, along with advanced safety system, will be some of important keys why this B-segment SUV worth your money. The 2014 SsangYong XIV-Air Concept is also an interesting choice for family car, isn’t it?

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This entry was posted on January 6, 2015 by in Reviews.
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