SsangYong's new Korando SUV will be the automaker's first model to offer a full-electric variant.
The Korando will go on sale in Europe this summer after its debut at the Geneva auto show on March 5.
The SUV will initially be sold with either a 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline or 1.6-liter diesel unit.
In 2020, SsangYong will launch a full-electric variant using a powertrain based on the e-SIV concept unveiled at last year's Geneva show. The concept has a range of 450km (280 miles).
The updated Korando will replace the current model to sit above the Tivoli small SUV in its European lineup. The company also sells the Rexton large SUV, the Rodius large minivan and Musso pickup.
The Korando currently sells from 19,990 ($22,963) euros in Germany.