The Kia Sportage is an SUV that until yesterday was considered a modern and quality car, but not too exciting and original. From now on, his character has completely changed, with the arrival of a new generation.
The design is, according to some, even controversial, especially the front end, with daytime running lights in the shape of a boomerang. The rear end is reminiscent of a fully electric Kia EV6, which is understandable, considering that these are the two latest models of the Korean brand.
There is a logic in taking some of the design elements from the latest large SUV model Sorento. In particular, the control panel has similarities, especially vents. Apart from the fact that it looks quite luxurious, it leaves the impression of a high-tech vehicle. Sportage is that.
The cabin is dominated by huge displays. In fact, they are two large displays hidden behind a common glass, so they look like one. The instruments are, of course, digital, with the expectation that the base versions will still have analogues.
Since Kia has only revealed photos of the new Sportage, a global version that will be sold worldwide, there is no more detailed information for now, especially not those related to the drive.
Official information on the European variant could be released in September.
Source: Auto magazin by www.magazinauto.com.
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