Watch the Kia K5 make a 360-degree turn in the airSeptember 21, 2020
The press service of the South Korean brand has released a video that captures the crazy jump of the Kia K5 premium sedan. The car made a 360-degree turn in the air, jumping from one ramp to another.
Midsize sedans are often referred to as executive sedans for a reason, presumably because they are a popular vehicle in the corporate segment. Most often they are used by bosses with a personal chauffeur. But with the advent of a completely new generation of these models, many have abandoned the concept of executive sedans.
A case in point is the 2021 Kia K5 sedan, formerly known as the Optima. Along with the name change to match the standard global brand nomenclature, the K5 received sporty elements, not to mention styling, which is meant to impress.
Kia is not banking on the performance of the new K5. He demonstrated the sedan with the help of an unprecedented trick, both the car itself and the brand itself – a 360-degree jump between two ramps. You can watch this trick in the video we have embedded in this article.
As mentioned, this is a gimmick and we’re not sure what exactly Kia wanted to say as we are talking about the K5 sedan. How often has this sedan done this in real life? But honestly, if you ever have to do it in the K5, you can be sure that such tricks can be performed on this machine.
The aforementioned stunt is part of the South Korean automaker’s prime-time investment in the 72nd Emmy Awards telecast. K5 was shown “in the most memorable and memorable moments of the broadcast.”
“The 72nd Emmy partnership puts the all-new K5 in the spotlight during one of the most popular live television events of the year,” said Russell Wager, director of marketing for Kia Motors America. “The new K5 is unlike anything the midsize sedan category has ever seen, and this video highlights that.”
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