During this year Paris Motor Show, Ssangyong unveiled a new concept, called LIV-2, It was created to showcase a ”luxurious approach to the extremely popular SUV concept, while also applying advanced technologies and high levels of safety.”

The SsangYong LIV-2, named as an abbreviation from Limitless Interface Vehicle, is a large premium SUV concept, and is the next iteration from the LIV-1 concept exhibited at the Seoul Motor Show in 2013. It advances the car’s design language and helps communicate the concept of ‘Dignified Motion.’

LIV-2 is powered by either SsangYong’s own 2.2 litre Euro 6 diesel engine, or its newly developed petrol 2.0 litre GDi turbo.


The interior has been designed to create a contemporary executive lounge within a luxury, chauffeur driven limousine, with space to work or relax, and is equipped with a suite of advanced communication technologies. 

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These include an integrated communication system with three displays, wi-fi mirroring for devices, Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto enhanced connectivity for passengers. The infotainment system is controlled via a touch control panel and offers surround sound premium quality entertainment.

The car is equipped with advanced safety equipment such as an Autonomous Emergency Braking System (AEBS) which warns the driver when an obstacle such as a car or pedestrian is detected by using radar and laser scanning, as well as a camera sensor positioned at the top of the windscreen.

It also features Traffic Safety Assist (TSA) and High Beam Assistance (HBA), a Lane Departure Warning System, Blind Spot Detection, Lane Change Assist and a Traffic Alert System to help protect the rear of the car when reversing out of a parking bay.