The interior of the new Kia Sorento showed on the webDecember 3, 2019
Exclusive fourth-generation Kia Sorento interior images have appeared on the Web.
After everyone saw the first leaked image of the next generation Kia Sorento model year 2021, we are ready to present exclusive shots of the Sorento interior, which includes some details from the new Optima, including a digital cluster, a gearbox rotary switch and much more.
It is known that Kia will offer hybrid and plug-in hybrid crossover options. In addition, a hydrogen fuel cell version is under study. Kia already has a hydrogen-powered car that is sold in Korea, but this model is not available in the US or Europe.
“In the future, we will look at the fuel cell in a larger car, but it depends a little on how the European market will go. It works better on a larger car because the customer is willing to pay more on a larger car, ”says Arthur Martins, vice president of marketing, Kia Motors Europe.
The next generation Sorento will debut before the end of 2019. At our disposal were the very first spy photos of the fourth-generation Sorento SV interior, which is expected as a 2020 model in the US market. This will not be an update, but a complete change of model with a completely new design.
One of the characteristic features of the new model, which we can see despite the dense layer of camouflage, is its Tiger Nose grille. Its shape matches the one we saw on the latest Kia Telluride SUV, a model that, according to Kia executives, will share its angular body shape with the next generation Sorento and Sportage.
As for the power plant line, despite the availability of information that future Hybrid & Plug-in Hybrid versions will use the latest Hyundai-Kia technology, including the Solar Panels charging system on the roof, the South Korean brand still does not disclose details.
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