Kia to Reveal All-New Sorento via Facebook Livestream

by Mar 16, 2020All News, Kia1 comment

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The All-New Kia Sorento will be revealed to the public on 19 March via a Facebook livestream. The Sorento will be fully revealed online in European specification, following the cancellation of the Geneva Motor Show due to the growing risks associated with the spread of COVID-19.

The online event will start at 12:30 CET (11:30 GMT) on Thursday 19 March, broadcast live on the Kia Motors Worldwide Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Kiamotorsworldwide/videos/2589406991318473/. Kia Motors invites the audience to participate in the broadcast, with representatives from Kia responding in real-time to questions from viewers following a short presentation.

Facebook users submitting questions have the chance to win one of 60 six-month print and digital subscriptions to TIME magazine. Winners will be picked based on the quality of their questions.

Powerful, progressive and versatile, the fourth generation of Kia’s flagship Sorento SUV is designed and engineered to take on everything life throws at it.

On the outside, sharper lines, high-tech details, and elongated proportions give it a more confident and mature presence. Inside, its attractive cabin introduces premium-quality materials, cutting-edge infotainment technologies, and a stunning new design.

The All-New Sorento is one of the most versatile and spacious three-row SUVs on the road. It also offers Kia’s new ‘Smartstream’ electrified powertrains, representing the first time that hybrid power has featured in the Sorento line-up. As a result, the new model offers greater fuel efficiency, lower emissions, and higher performance than its predecessors.

Written by Jose Antonio López

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

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  1. Yiannis Demetriou

    Finally!

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