SsangYong LIV-1 concept debuts at the Seoul Motor Show

SsangYong has unveiled another new concept car at the Seoul Motor Show. The LIV-1 (Limitless Interface Vehicle) is a large SUV with a robust and sporty look, featuring large bumpers, slim A and B pillars, a glasshouse silhouette and full length glass roof.

The interior boasts a four individual seats, high gloss piano black on the centre fascia and contrasting aluminium detailing. There are five-displays, including a 10-inch monitor in the centre fascia and a 7-inch monitors in the headrests.

The concept’s driver-vehicle communication interface is based on the 3S-Cube, combining the elements of Smart Link, Safe Way and Special Sense to allow the vehicle to be remote-controlled using a smart device and to provide entertainment both within and from outside the vehicle.

LIV-1 follows the recently revealed SIV-1 concept, illustrating the design direction the brand is taking and what can be expected in the future.


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