After unveiling the original concept two years ago, Ssangyong green-lights the X100 cross/utility vehicle with some of the 80 billion won ($71 million) provided by parent Mahindra & Mahindra. The small CUV will go into production at the Korean auto maker’s Pyongtaek plant in 2015, a spokesman tells WardsAuto. The first concept version of the X100, the XIV-1, was displayed at the 2011 Frankfurt auto show. It was followed by the XIV-2 concept, as well as an extended-range ...

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