2011 Ssangyong KEV2 Concept
Ssangyong present KEV2, it is a Concept electric vehicle which will unveil at the 2011 Seoul Motor Show. The Ssangyong KEV2 is a pure electric concept model based on the recently launched Korando, combining Ssangyong’s specialized SUV design DNA, and the future identity of electric SUVs.
The unveiling of the KEV2 is a strong signal that Ssangyong’s plans for an electric vehicle range are back on track following the company’s emergence from court-protected bankruptcy and its stronger future under new owner Mahindra and Mahindra.
Styling design, the Ssangyong KEV2 concept has a more aggressive appearance than the recently released diesel engine Korando with the conventional grille and adding LED headlights, stylish alloy wheels and side-vents. The design concept of KEV2 is aimed at presenting a new type of electric vehicle highlighting functionality with focus on younger generation consumers with an active urban lifestyle.
The car gets interior space with a streamlined but masculine body design, with dynamic robust bumpers and unique detailed design features including a three-dimensional structure lamp design. Ssangyong KEV2′s interior boasts a tablet PC mounted in the centre console providing occupants with the ability to have up to the minute information and details at the touch of a screen.
2011 Ssangyong KEV2 Concept powered by a 120kW electric motor, which provides a maximum driving range of 180km from the 35kWh lithium-ion battery pack, with a top speed of 150km/h. KEV2 tips the scales at 1750kg overall weight.
The battery packs have been fitted into the lower part of the trunk space providing efficient interior space utilisation for better usability and comfort. Recharging time can be as little as 30 minutes using a higher-voltage rapid-charge outlet or around eight to ten hours via a conventional electricity supply.
Ssangyong KEV2 Specifications Data:
- Length: 4,410mm
- Width: 1,860mm
- Height: 1,690mm
- Wheel base: 2,650mm
- Wheels & Tyres: 255 50R19