SsangYong has confirmed that its new B-Segment crossover will make its initial European appearance in Geneva Motor Show.
The new Tivoli has been named right after an Italian town next to Rome, famous for its cultural heritage and beauty according to Ssangyong. The Korean organization, once known for its controversial-seeking SUVs, has provided its newest creation a simpler and much more straightforward-going appearance.
“Tivoli offers the fusion of excellent design, sensible practicality and convenience, and will attract the style conscious buyer who seeks type and function from their new car”
according to Ssangyong. The new model will be offered with two engines, 1.6-litre petrol and 1.six-litre diesel, with the choice of 4WD. No information has been released so far on the full specs of the vehicle, one thing that will happen naturally with the official debut of the car.
The new Tivoli will be accessible from Might as a 2WD, 1.6-litre petrol model with the diesel and 4WD derivatives to comply with in July.
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