Kia starts selling base version of 2022 Stinger fastbackFebruary 23, 2021
Kia’s press service has announced that the base version of the 2022 Stinger fastback has begun in the US auto market. The novelty will receive a 300-horsepower engine and an extended list of basic options.
The South Korean automaker announced that it will soon begin selling the basic version of the 2022 Kia Stinger fastback in the US auto market. This version of the car will come with a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine producing 300 horsepower, up 45 hp. more than the previous 2.0-liter engine, which was installed in the previous version of the model. Base pricing starts at $ 37,135 for the rear-wheel drive version, and $ 39,335 for the all-wheel drive Stinger.
The 2022 fastback version no longer offers the GT performance that was the base version of the Kia Stinger of yesteryear.
Now buyers are offered only the GT1 and GT2 variants – both use an upgraded version of the previous 3.3-liter twin-turbo V6, which now produces 368 hp. Although both versions of the car are almost mechanically identical, the transition from GT1 to GT2 gives the buyer an improved sound system, electronically controlled suspension, ventilated front seats and driver’s seats with memory.
Other highlights of the 2022 Kia Stinger include an integrated remote start key fob, additional interior lighting, new leather and quilted interior trim, and new 18- or 19-inch wheels. Many safety features are also included, including, but not limited to, a blind spot camera display, collision avoidance when turning at an intersection, lane keeping assist, safe exit assist, highway travel assistance and rear passenger warning.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the salon of the new large Kia K8 sedan was declassified on the network. Kia recently revealed the exterior design of the new K8 sedan, which will replace the K7. And today, February 20, The Korean Car Blog shared the first photos of the interior of the promising model.
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