SsangYong Unveils Trio of Concept EVs at Motor Show

KG Mobility (formerly known as SsangYong) recently revealed a stunning trio of concepts at the Seoul Motor Show, showcasing electric ute and SUV models that are expected to be released before 2025. In addition to the concepts, KG Mobility has also shared details about a new electric vehicle platform, which will be unveiled by 2026 and will feature dual-motor powertrains.

The lineup of concepts includes the O100 semi-mid urban electric ute, the KR10 semi-medium SUV, and the F100 large electric SUV. The O100 features V2L outlets in its tub that allow you to power appliances and it is based on the Torres EVX electric SUV. The KR10 is a rugged-looking SUV that takes visual inspiration from the old Korando model. It has boxy, flared fenders and tail lights that are reminiscent of the Union Jack units. Lastly, the F100 electric SUV has a squat stance with flared wheel arches and a distinctive, configurable “kinetic lighting block and digital gesture” design up front.

KG Mobility’s Australian arm has confirmed that the Torres EVX is on their radar, and its combustion-powered counterpart is expected to be released by the end of 2023 or early in 2024. The company was saved from bankruptcy in 2022, after being purchased by a consortium led by steel conglomerate KG Group for ₩950 billion (~A$1.1 billion).

If you’re excited to see what KG Mobility has in store for the future, keep an eye out for the production models due out before 2025 and the electric vehicle platform coming in 2026.