SsangYong is preparing another concept for this year's edition of the Paris Motor Show.


After showing the interesting XIV-2 Convertible Crossover Concept earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show, SsangYong will bring to this month’s Paris Motor Show the e-XIV concept. The name of the car comes from “electric – eXciting user Interface Vehicle” as the Korean automaker mentions in the press release.

We are dealing with a B-segment CUV range extended EV that can charge on its own via a small gasoline engine. The concept is 4,160mm long, 1,790mm wide and 1,575mm high. It has a 2,600mm wheelbase and a glass roof that should provide additional visibility. On the roof SsangYong has mounted solar cell panels for generating free solar energy.

Expect more details on September 27 when SsangYong will present the e-XIV concept in Paris.