The Ssangyong XIV-2 convertible SUV concept car has been unveiled at the 2012 Geneva motor show.
The XIV-2 follows on from the XIV-1 supermini-sized crossover that appeared at the Frankfurt motor show last year.
The concept car's soft-top roof opens automatically, and folds down where the rear window would be, in a similar style to the Fiat 500C.
While the XIV-2 and the XIV-1 are both concept cars, they preview a supermini-sized SUV that Ssangyong plans to launch in 2013.
One petrol engine and one diesel are on offer, both 1.6-litres. The petrol produces 123bhp and 116lb ft of torque, while the diesel manages 128bhp and a healthier 221lb ft.
There will be the option of a six-speed manual or automatic transmission on both engines and stop-start technology has been confirmed, too.
The manual diesel model emits 106g/km CO2, the automatic version 112g/km. The petrol comes in at 121g/km in manual form and 127g/km mated to an automatic box.
The final price hasn't been revealed, but the production car is expected to cost from around 15,000.