In Korea, Ssangyong has officially debuted the all-new Torres. the new SUV sits between the Korando and the Rexton. starting with the design, the Torres has a rough appearance, with six vertical slits in the grille, narrow LED headlamps, strong dynamic lines on the bonnet, massive faux intakes, and an aluminum-style skid plate.
Toned-down front and rear fenders, huge alloy wheels up to 20 inches, an available side storage box comparable to the one on the new Land Rover Defender, and optional side stairs are all part of the profile. 17-inch and 18-inch wheels are standard on the automobile.
A digital instrument cluster, a 12.3-inch central infotainment touchscreen, and an 8-inch touch panel for climate settings are all found inside the cabin.
The flat-bottom steering wheel has a number of integrated controls, and metal highlights contrast with the leather upholstery on the dashboard, doors, and center console.
While the company hasn't revealed any technical specifications, SsangYong cites a T-GDI engine linked to a six-speed automated transmission. The Torres is expected to have the same 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine as the Korando.
Ambient lighting, six speakers, four USB ports, ventilated front seats, seven airbags, and lots of ADAS are among the features. In a five-seater configuration, the Torres offers 703 liters of luggage capacity, which increases to 1,662 liters when the rear seats are folded.
The SsangYong Torres is already on the market in Korea, with prices ranging from $20,911 to $23,630. A fully electric version of the Torres is also expected to arrive in Europe in 2023, according to reports.