With the 2020 event having been cancelled, it’s been four years since the biennial Busan motor show took place.
The following models are so far confirmed as world premieres:
Korea’s largest OEM has previously stated that its electric vehicles sub-brand would use even numbers for cars and odds for SUVs and crossovers such as the 5 and next year’s 7.
So it is that the Ioniq 6 (project code: CE) is an electric ‘streamliner’ sedan. The looks of the highly aerodynamic car are heavily influenced by the Prophecy concept.
In production since June 2019, it’s mid-life facelift time for the Seltos. This only applies to the 4,315 mm long variants manufactured in South Korea and India: an equivalent update for China’s extended length version, the 4,345 mm long KX3, will follow.
Lots of new products are planned for SsangYong, the brand continuing to more or less trade as normal despite having been operating under bankruptcy court receivership. The latest to emerge is the Torres (development code: J100).
Images and a few details were revealed in May, with this 4×4 to be positioned above the Korando and below the Rexton. It is believed that a 1.5-litre petrol engine comes first and that an EV will follow.
This list will continue to be updated as brands announce other global debuts.
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