SsangYoung E100 electric SUV teased!

Good news alert for all the car lovers out there, SsangYoung E100 electric SUV teased!

Mahindra-backed Korean automaker SsangYong unconcealed teaser pictures of E100 (Tivoli EV), that is probably going to create for eXUV300 in India.

M&M showcased the conception of eXUV300 electrical SUV at the motorcar exposition. SsangYong Tivoli, oversubscribed within the world market, shares its similar platform with XUV300.

The electric machine SUV is all set to be launched within the first half of 2021. Mahindra had additionally familiar and identical timeline for the launch of eXUV300.

Style and Specs!

The overall style relies on an efficient line that reflects mechanics optimized for urban driving. Aluminium hood was applied to lighten the weight and optimize the centre of gravity. Furthermore, a closed radiator grille has been accustomed to maximize energy potency, the corporate aforementioned during a release.

Barring the teaser image, the Korean auto manufacturer has not discharged any other technical details. Though, there were antecedent rumors that the all-electric Tivoli would also use an equivalent Mahindra electrical climbable and standard design (MESMA) platform same as the eXUV300 SUV.

In addition, we also tend to anticipate that the SsangYong EV SUV will share its powertrain with the Mahindra eXUV300.

The latter can go with a 350V electrical powertrain at the launch, with a more potent 380V unit that will get added to the range at a later stage.

Though Mahindra is nevertheless to announce the battery size and awaited range, the eXUV300 is probably going to return with 2 battery pack choices.

It is additionally worth mentioning that, SsangYong is set to sell the E100 in the Korean Peninsula. Also, it will be a left-hand-drive model, as opposed to the Mahindra eXUV300’s right-hand-drive layout.

SsangYoung under debt!

SsangYoung E100 electric SUV teased! To further add to that SsangYong is 74.65% owned by Mahindra and Mahindra. He is overwhelmed with severely high debt and further outlined its thirteenth consecutive quarterly operational loss in January-March.

It suffered from lethargic sales even before the unfold of COVID-19 because of stiff competition within the sports-utility vehicle (SUV) market.

Further, reports also stipulate that Mahindra was willing to jettisoning of its possession stake in SsangYong.

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