Update: we rounded down the Horsepower by mistake.
Kia Motors today announced the 2021 Kia Stinger for the South Korean market. The changes are expected to make their way to global markets soon. The refreshed Stinger receives minor styling tweaks, engine upgrades, and a more luxurious interior for the upcoming model year.
Price and specification of Kia Motors Stinger’s facelift model for South Korea (known as Stinger Meister there) was revealed before the launch which is set for tomorrow (read more). The Stinger Meister, which will be officially released on the 27th, is finally available with a choice of two gasoline engines while the diesel is discontinued.
We already talked about Kia CV, first EV car under the new E-GMP electric bespoke platform, release date set for April 2021 but today we want to share with you a new set of pictures of the “CV” spied up close courtesy of Roland Tameling. Hyundai Ioniq 5 brother is a crossover electric vehicle that will arrive a few months later than Hyundai’s sibbling
Kia Motors today released a teaser video of the upcoming Stinger facelift that will have its digital unboxing tomorrow August 27th at 10:00am KST. Looks like the Korean-spec will keep the same headlights as before, while the leaked different headlight we have seen could be used for US-spec (all pics of this headlamp type had the orange catadioptric used on the US configuration).
We already have seen almost everything about the 2021 Tucson, like lately with the emission and noise certification sheet or the place selected by Hyundai to put the rear logo. But we are still waiting to know the final design, which is said to be striking, and till that happens, today we have another view inside the succesful SUV.