Ssangyong recently revealed the exterior and interior look of their latest crossover, the Tivoli, which is set to debut on January 2015 in Korea. Aimed to compete in the B-segment crossover segment, the Tivoli was originally called the X100 carries design cues from both the XIV-Air and XIV- Adventure concept vehicles that were unveiled during the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
Starting at the front, it features a wide headlight design with LED daytime running lights. It has a simple straight grill while the bumper has a lower mesh grill along with dual foglights. On the side, it has distinctive alloy wheels that resemble the set found on the concept vehicles, along with a wide rear quarter section. The company did not divulge much of the rear section of the car.
Inside, the seats, dashboard trim, steering wheel and center console are adorned with splashes of red accents while providing cabin amenities are a touchscreen display, dual-zone climate control, rearview camera, Bluetooth Connectivity and 7 airbags.
Much like the engines featured on both the XIV-Air and XIV-Adventure, the Tivoli can be powered by either a 1.6-liter gasoline or a 1.6-diesel engine that meet Euro 6 Standards. However, Ssangyong did not state what will be the car’s transmission be or what drive system will the Tivoli use.