Korean manufacturer Ssangyong is reportedly on the comeback from bankruptcy with an announcement today that it plans to show a production ready version of its C200 SUV at next month’s Seoul Motor Show (from April 2).
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First seen at the Paris Motor Show last year, the C200 concept was designed in Italy and makes a dramatic move away from Ssangyong's typical shark-nosed styling.

Similar to a RAV4 or CR-V in terms of size the C200 features a new monocoque body which should see the brand finally display some "car-like" handling. The new platform also allows Ssangyong to utilise both front and all-wheel drive arrangements.

The C200 will be powered by an all-new 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine developing 130kW coupled to either a five-speed manual or six-speed auto transmission and will be Euro V emissions compliant.

As yet an official launch date has not been set.