Kia revealed the new Kia Cadenza sedanFebruary 6, 2020
The Korean brand brought an updated sedan to the Chicago auto show.
The Kia Cadenza full-size sedan, known locally as the K7 brand, has received an update. The exterior of the novelty features an enlarged grille in the style of the latest models of the company, LED headlights, upgraded bumpers and new taillights. However, the biggest changes are concentrated in the interior.
The 2020 Kia Cadenza showroom has a 12-inch touch screen, similar to what we already saw in Telluride and other more expensive vehicles in the Hyundai lineup. Deflectors are now under the screen, and not on either side of it.
Climate control and secondary infotainment controls were also omitted. In addition, there were three additional USB ports (one in front, two in the back) and advanced wireless charging.
The equipment list includes a set of driver assistance functions Kia Drive Wise already standard, a blind spot control and collision warning system and automatic emergency braking, assistance with lane keeping, adaptive cruise control, navigation and a function that reminds you of rear passengers when the driver leaves the cabin.
Also note that the body and suspension have been modified in such a way as to reduce noise and vibration. The new Cadenza has become even more comfortable and features improved handling.
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