Considering how small SsangYong is as a manufacturer, it does remarkably well. Parent company Mahindra & Mahindra from India is the major shareholder. Although the company was founded in the 1950's, it became SsangYong Motor Co in 1986. How much, if any, it gains in sharing costs by ownership of Mahindra I am unaware.
The new Tivoli small SUV is going really well. Otherwise, all other models decreased. At least as a company sales experienced a 2.6% increase overall. A larger model is planned, code named the XLV-Air (see picture). That would be a nice addition to the range that would improve the product mix and get SsangYong into an important segment with a nice new model. Something they need.
Data source: SsangYong Motors.