Ssangyong Stavic to lose its ugliness
Motoring / 31 Jan '13, 11:15am
If ever there was a survey to determine the ugliest car of the last decade, Ssangyong's Stavic MPV would be a hard act to beat.
But it seems the company no longer wants to compete at the bottom end of the aesthetic gene pool - just look at what a neat job they've done on the latest Korando.
The new Ssangyong Stavic will benefit from a much neater design.
It appears the same new broom is set to sweep clean the next-generation Stavic, which has just been previewed through the official renderings that you see here.
Set to hit global markets early this year, the new MPV will be offered with a choice between 2-litre turbodiesel and 3.2-litre petrol engines.
Ssangyong says the vehicle has been designed to fulfill various needs from business to leisure and travel.
To that end, it will also be equipped for off-road driving.
Please try to contain your excitement.
Above: The new model will have a less bulky rear end.
Below: The current model, which is where it all went wrong.