Kia says it is using a “high-tech” approach to its interior design for the new Kia Stinger, the Kia Sportage and the Stinger’s coupe, the Stanginger.
In the new models, the interior is much higher-end, with a sleek, white leather trim and an aluminum-reinforced composite construction.
The Stinger and Stangingers also have “slimmer” front seats.
Kia will also offer a new sporty and more comfortable “Stella” sedan for the 2017 model year.
The new models come with KiaConnect and KiaLink, Kia said.
The “Stellas” will be available in the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand.
Kiosks, Kiosk 2s, and Kioski 2s also will be offered in the Stangler, Sportage, Stinger coupe and Stinger sedan.
The Kia brand has seen a major decline in the last couple of years, especially with the Kiosker line, which sells vehicles with a larger number of exterior features.
The company has been trying to bring back some of its core values, like quality, reliability and customer service.
Kias new “Stello” sedan in New York, 2017.
Kia’s brand is still strong, though, and the new Stinger is no exception.
The vehicle will be priced at $50,000 in the U.S., $59,900 in the UK, $79,900 and $119,000.
Kys flagship sedan, the sporty Stinger.
The Stinger will be a limited-production model, with only 200 units produced.
It will go on sale in Japan later this year.
Kies Stinger was released in the States in October 2017.
It has a 3.2-liter turbocharged engine, a six-speed manual transmission and a top speed of about 130 mph.
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