The design of the new crossover Kia unveiled before the premiereApril 11, 2019
Kia has prepared a new concept crossover for the New York Auto Show, which will open on April 17th. The first images of the car were published in a special bulletin dedicated to the premieres of the motor show, according to Carscoops. According to the publication, the novelty will be called Habaniro.
Judging by the picture, the car will receive a design in the style of the concept Imagined by Kia, which was shown at a motor show in Geneva. This prototype was intended to give an idea of the future “green” cars of the South Korean brand. Kia Habaniro equip protective overlays on the bumpers, decorative Z-shaped element on the body, large wheels and LED non-standard optics. The crossover has no door handles, rear-view mirrors and the traditional Kia grille.
According to unofficial data, the novelty can get an electric or hybrid power plant. The rest of the details about the car is kept secret.
Another Kia premiere at the New York Auto Show may be the new crossover called the Tusker. The car will be performed based on the SP concept car shown at a motor show in New Delhi in 2018. Kia Tusker will be built on the same modular platform as the next-generation Hyundai Creta. According to preliminary data, the 1.4-liter 140-strong supercharged “four” will be included in the engine range, which is installed on the third-generation Ceed. In addition, the crossover will be available with an atmospheric two-liter engine with 150 horsepower.
The appearance of the concept Imagined by Kia was created by experts at the Kia design center in Frankfurt, Germany. Developers describe the novelty as a “hybrid sedan and crossover.” The main external distinguishing feature of the prototype was an unusual LED graphics in front, which is a further development of the corporate element “tiger smile”. In the cabin on the front panel installed 21 separate display.
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