Small crossover KIA Stonic became brighter in the GT Line versionOctober 7, 2020
The compact crossover KIA Stonic for Europe (even smaller than the Seltos) has a new flagship version that joins the ever-growing GT Line portfolio.
KIA Stonic in the new version offers customers a number of cosmetic modifications in a sporty style, with which the small crossover began to look more aggressive.
The novelty has got double tailpipes of the exhaust system, a two-tone body paint with a bright yellow roof and original 17-inch wheels. The Stonic GT Line also gets a unique radiator grille and an updated bumper with artificial air intakes.
The palette of shades available for the novelty includes six primary colors, working in contrast with a yellow or black roof.
There are fewer changes in the cabin: better upholstery and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and a GT Line badge.
The new KIA Stonic is powered by the old one-liter gasoline turbo engine, which supports the technology of the so-called “mild” hybrid. The output of the power plant reaches 118 hp, and 6-speed manual transmission (base) or 7-speed automatic transmission with double clutch works in tandem with it. The drive is uncontested front. Up to a hundred Stonic GT Line will accelerate in 10.4 seconds, and its top speed is 185 km / h.
Earlier, our portal said that the smallest crossover of the premium brand Lexus received a “very black” special version. The UX model is now available in the Black Line Special Edition. The novelty gets new colors, tinted optics, chrome-free radiator grille, etc.
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