Let's see how old Korean car companies use new energy. Ssangyong Torres EVX released
SsangYong has launched an all-new Torres EVX SUV, as a member of Torres car series, new car is a completely different product except that it is related to Torres in name. The Ssangyong Torres EVX is an all-electric SUV with an exterior design that continues Torres' austere styling and features a host of design features.
In terms of exterior design, this Torres EVX has many innovative design elements. Hardcore styling is current design trend, but Torres EVX doesn't exactly copy these popular elements. The front fascia uses a 3D LED light group to replace traditional grille design, and headlights adopt a split design. The treatment of front end is quite creative, making original boring front end rich with elements of future and at same time loosening up stereotypical look of electric vehicles.
The sidelines are not shown too brightly, you can see that Torres EVX uses relatively hard lines and adds more wildness to local details. The hidden EV door handles are gone, C-pillar is finished in Piano Black, and the wheel rim shape is also quite shiny.
Tail construction not shown. As for Torres design, a "small schoolbag" design could also be added to tail to have more off-road elements.
(Double Dragon Torres)
The interior uses a large dual-screen design, center console layout is relatively simple, and wood-grained interior panel also adds texture that matches car's layout.
In terms of power, no related power figures have been released by official at this time. Given its hardcore positioning, it is believed to be equipped with a dual-motor electric all-wheel drive system. The Torres EVX is equipped with a 55.3 kWh battery pack and provides a WLTP range of 340 km, which is relatively entry-level range.
Ssangyong Torres EVX brings a lot of surprises in its design, especially in design of front panel, which does not use similar design elements with similar products, thus avoiding uniformity. However, in terms of hardware, there are really no surprises: as a purely electric hardcore SUV, it has a WLTP range of just 340 km, which is not enough by today's standards. With launch of several Ssangyong products, we see that this brand still has a certain base, but as a relatively marginal brand, if it cannot make a blockbuster in its products, then it must break out as a new powerful brand, I am afraid it will not be easy.