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KG Mobility reveals electric ute alongside two new electric SUV concepts


Previously known as SsangYong, KG Mobility promises to launch three new EVs by 2025

KG Mobility, which has recently rebranded from SsangYong, has unveiled a trio of electric off-roaders at the Seoul Mobility Show 2023. 

Reportedly set for an international launch by 2025, the three EVs were headlined by an electric ute that has been dubbed the ‘KG 0100’.

The KG 0100 looks to have taken styling inspiration from the Hummer EV

Based on the Torres EVX SUV, this ute is about the same size as a Volkswagen Amarok or a Ford Ranger, and will likely make use of the same lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery that the Torres gets. 

In the Torres, this battery is estimated to provide up to 500km of driving range, so we’ll likely see a similar figure in the ute. 

KG Mobility also revealed the F100 concept at the event, which is an electric off-road SUV that looks to have taken some styling inspiration from the Toyota FJ Cruiser. 

Adaptive LED lights at the front of the F100 are a playful touch

Few details were released regarding the F100 concept, but it’s clear that it’s destined to be off the beaten track with its large all-terrain tyres, LED light bar across the front, and roof rack. 

Lastly, the KR10 concept was also revealed at the show, and is believed to be a successor to the current Korando SUV. 

With the Jeep-like slatted grille, the KR100 looks ready for adventure

Its styling is more reserved than the F100 concept, with the standard slatted grille, and widened fenders that we’ve seen on more traditional models. 

Like the other two concepts, the KR100 is also expected to ride on KG Mobility’s new EV architecture. 

Though it remains unclear when we can expect to see these vehicles land in Australia, KG Mobility promises to launch all three in the South Korean market by 2025. 

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