Ssangyong Motor Co., Korea's fourth largest automaker, unveiled the Kyron crossover sport-utility vehicle yesterday, targeting monthly domestic sales of 3,300 units this year.
Aiming to sell 40,000 Kyron SUVs annually at home and 30,000 abroad next year, Ssangyong said the new car will appeal to the middle class who want the power of an SUV, the comfort of a sedan and the sophisticated design of a sports coupe.
Ssangyong said the Kyron was developed to reflect the Western European SUV trend as the carmaker eyes overseas markets from October.
Replacing the Musso SUV that has been sold for the past 13 years, the Kyron is Ssangyong's card to revive the SUV boom. ...
Ssangyong Motor Co. unveils the Kyron crossover sport utility vehicle. [The Korea Herald]
- Source from Korea Herald (Jun 09, 2005) -