The web showed all the changes in the new Kia StingerSeptember 11, 2020
The Korean fastback Kia Stinger has received minor but important changes.
The Korean company’s designers have made very minor changes to the appearance of the 2021 Kia Stinger compared to its predecessor, but there are other, more important changes. Immediately following the model’s online premiere last month, a detailed video has surfaced on the web, shedding more light on the visual enhancements.
Another interesting video came out today and this time it makes us take a ride on the updated RWD Kia. Let’s take a look at the main topics for discussion. This nearly 30 minute video is courtesy of Asian Petrolhead which means you’ll get a very honest and direct review.
The test car is equipped with a 2.5-liter engine with 300 horsepower and 421 Newton-meters of torque and an 8-speed automatic transmission with four-wheel drive. It’s not as fast as the Stinger GT, but as the host confirms, it’s still very capable.
The biggest change to the cabin should be a new 10.25-inch infotainment screen, replacing the old 8.0-inch display. Interestingly, the driver’s dashboard continues the traditional analog design for the speedometer and tachometer, but there is a small display in between that shows the video feed from the improved blind spot system.
Last but not least, there are a few small tweaks to customization options. These include new wheels, new upholstery, new exterior colors and a Dark Package that adds a sporty appearance. The refreshed 2021 Kia Stinger will go on sale in international markets before the end of the year.
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