SsangYong sketches show new design direction

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An aggressive model with protruding wheel arches and angular bodywork could help SsangYong put its stamp on the SUV market

Two new sketches recently published by SsangYong illustrate a new “vision and philosophy” for design. The company says it hopes to emphasise themes of strength and modernity, and has dubbed the new design language ‘Powered by Toughness’. 

The car shown in the two new sketches has been named X200. It follows on from the J100 – an electric SUV shown back in June, which will reportedly be ready for production in 2022. 

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