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They call the 2018 Kia Stinger a GT. It's powerful and sleek with a low-slung seating position, quick steering and, even with all-wheel drive, a tail-happy nature. It looks killer in red. And with its V6-powered engine, the letters GT are even festooned upon its liftgate. Well, that's nice, but how does it actually deliver on the grand-tourer formula of rapid, comfortable and stylish transportation?
Her name is Rio and she's just a little hatch.
Killer looks and performance to match.
It's a low-key PHEV.
Pleasing everyone but the brand snobs.
Despite the crossover craze, Kia still sees value in the subcompact car segment.
You can have your luxury car and shift it, too.
Korea's new sports sedan signals a dramatic brand shift for Kia, and the Stinger GT is the first to reflect a new, more performance-oriented direction.
It has impressive fuel economy and preserves the driving character of its gas-only counterpart. What more do you want?
As the name suggests, the engine is the focus of this upgrade. And it's a successful one.