Ssangyong is a South Korean automobile manufacturer that has been producing cars since 1954. The company was originally founded as a joint venture between Samsung and the British Leyland Motor Company. Today, Ssangyong is the largest maker of SUVs and four-wheel-drive vehicles in South Korea and has a presence in over 130 countries around the world. Ssangyong vehicles are known for their ruggedness and off-road capabilities, as well as their modern and stylish designs. The company's lineup includes a wide range of vehicles, from city cars and SUVs to pickup trucks and commercial vans. Ssangyong is constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation and has recently begun exploring the possibilities of electric and hybrid vehicles. Read on to learn more about Ssangyong, its history, its current lineup, and its future plans.
SsangYong Motor Company has indicated that a name change to KG Mobility indicates a “paradigm shift” in the business which will bring a greater focus on electric vehicles (EV), autonomous cars and artificial intelligence (AI).