SsangYong Show Their Competitive Side In Paris With Tivoli Rally Raid

The Tivoli Rally Raid 4WD is a FIA-approved, front-engined, 6-cylinder bi-turbo beast of an off-roader, built specifically for covering rough terrain like a bat out of hell.

While SsangYong hasn’t revealed a final power output figure, we do know that it sends 740 Nm (545 lb-ft) of torque towards all four wheels with the help of a 6-speed sequential gearbox.

Thanks to a multi-tubular steel chassis, the Tivoli Rally Raid weighs in at around 1,750 kg (3,858 lbs), which means it’s 295 kg (650 lbs) heavier than a regular diesel-powered Tivoli SUV.

Stopping power comes from a very capable braking system using AP calipers with 360 mm discs, though the rugged Michelin Competition tires measuring 235 and 245 at the rear, help also.

Other features include GPS and Data recording equipment, as well as the hydraulically-controlled chassis – where the elevation can be modified according to the terrain.

On a lighter note, sound of if any of you previously figured out that “Tivoli” spelled backwards can say “I Lov It” – as it’s playfully rendered on the side of the car.


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