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Kyron, Ssangyong’s hybrid

By Stéphane Schlesinger on 25 June 2005 | Commentaires (0) Comments | Permalink

Ssangyong_kyron The Korean carmaker, part of the SAIC group, has just released the Kyron, which they present as a " luxury sedan sport-ute vehicle ". It’s supposed to offer the advantages of both a sport-ute and a sedan. Besides, Ssangyong claim they have designed a 2.7 engine of their own for their new model, for which they invested 30 months and $249 million. The Kyron seems less oddly shaped another new vehicle from Ssangyong, the Rodius

Ssangyong hopes to sell 70,000 Kyrons a year, targetting the middle-class. They reckon they've closely been looking to the European market to design the successor of the Musso.


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