Oct 14, 2016 : Mahindra-owned South Korean car firm, SsangYong has tied-up with an Indian IT firm, Tech Mahindra and a South Korean telecommunications firm LG Uplus to co-develop a connected car platform in the next th ree years. Connected cars are equipped to link themselves to a common communications network by integrating ICT (Information and Communication Technologies). This integration helps enable real-time information sharing and controlling the cars remotely, whenever required Read More Read Less
Two behemoths. Both diesel automatics. And both priced at nearly Rs 30 lakh on the road. It's the new Ford Endeavour vs Ssangyong Rexton W
The SsangYong Rexton with the manual gearbox gets a whole bunch of goodies and a new RX6 variant. We take a short drive to see how it feels
The Ssangyong Rexton is here and it's getting into a crowded market with SUVs that have been fighting it out for a while for supremacy. But is there something special up its sleeve that'll help Mahindra get a jump on the competition?
The trio will develop a system for real-time information sharing and controlling cars remotely
The upcoming SUV will be on sale by 2017
The South-Korea based company, now owned by Mahindra & Mahindra, has recalled the Rexton for a possible fault in the rear driveshaft (India only).
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