The flagship sedan Kia K8 2022 shown in detail in the videoApril 5, 2021
A video appeared on the Internet in which the large South Korean Kia K8 sedan is shown in almost every detail.
The K8 sedan debuted in February this year as a facelifted K7 / Cadenza. But despite what people are used to calling this model, there is no denying that Kia is keen to be seen in every segment of the market where competition seemingly grows with each passing day.
Whether his new branding style will be successful or unsuccessful remains to be seen. K8 sales will eventually tell the story – it should reach dealerships in South Korea in April and other global markets at the end of the year. This video from YouTube channel CarSceneKorea aims to show what buyers can expect from a strong sedan.
Official photos of the new K8 have already been released, but automakers always choose the prettiest shots that don’t always convey the true feel of the car.
The K8 has a very cool fastback design, but when you zoom in, you can see how many sharp edges define the K8’s appearance. From the new nose to the slender headlights, the bonnet line and chrome trim that slopes low on the sides to meet the boomerang-style taillights.
Style is also evident in diamond patterns throughout the exterior, not least of which is the radiator grille. Even the LED high beam headlights are hidden behind a diamond pattern. Oddly enough, the diamonds are missing at the back, but the insane taillight design compensates for that by showing how jagged the top rear fascia is.
With modest V6 power and affordable all-wheel drive, the K8 is poised to be a strong contender in the full-size sedan category. Considering the unusual appearance of this car, it will be difficult not to notice it in the general flow of cars, where it will stand out favorably.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Kia has brought a prototype of a new generation Kia Sportage 2022 crossover for testing. Thanks to a new “spy” video, you can see the prototype of the South Korean crossover Kia Sportage 2022 from the inside and outside. The test car was pretty much camouflaged.
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