Kia has published images of the updated sedan Cadenza 2020 model yearJune 12, 2019
The presentation of the long-awaited updated version of the Kia Cadenza sedan, which must be said has changed dramatically external, is likely to take place at the Los Angeles Motor Show in November of this year.
If you think that the car in front of you is the next generation Kia Cadenza sedan, then you are greatly mistaken. It is clear why you can assume so, because the appearance of a mid-size car has changed a lot. New Cadenza, which is sold in the domestic car market of Korea under the name K7, positioned as a sedan 2020 model year.
This significant facelift is presented just three short years after the launch of the second generation Cadenza / K7 and makes significant changes to the style of the front and rear of the machine.
The most obvious of the changes were the headlights, which now have LED daytime running lights / turn signals, stretching to the brim of the “tiger nose” restyled grille. The lights keep falling on the bumper, creating a “Z” motif. The changes in the front are completed by the lower part of the front bumper, which now has protruding edges and a chrome finish across the entire width.
There are changes in the cabin, where we noticed a fully digital instrument cluster. The touch screen of the infotainment system has become much wider than before, which prompted the guys from Kia to move the central air vents under the display. Each display measures 12.3 inches and gives the dashboard a high-tech look.
The list of equipment of the new 2020 includes a driving assistance system (ADAS), gasoline engines with direct fuel injection of 2.5 and 3.0 liters plus a hybrid engine. We may learn more in the coming months, as Cadenza should debut before the end of the year, possibly at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November.
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