Updated KIA Stinger spotted on road testsMarch 21, 2020
At the moment, many changes in the exterior are not visible. Most likely, the main changes will affect the interior and technical filling.
Korean automaker KIA is testing restyled Stinger. Tests are taking place in South Korea. The car is hidden by a large layer of camouflage, but some conclusions can already be made. The front of the new car largely repeats the current version. Of the distinguishing features, you can notice a different filling of the headlights – the projection LED now has three holes instead of one.
Note the new design of the rims, in combination with which the car looks more aggressive and powerful. Whether they will enter the series is still unknown. But the back has undergone much greater changes due to a fundamental change in the design of the headlights.
And if the shape of the lights is largely similar to the current version, the lighting structure has changed – the headlights reach almost the middle, creating a completely different look.
The middle brake light is located at the top of the rear window, and not from the bottom. It remains to look forward to when the updated Stinger will drop camouflage to see more details. The motor range of the car is already known – the base will be a 2.5-liter engine with a return of 304 hp, and a more productive version will receive a 3.5-liter engine with a power of 380 hp.
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