Kia is apparently feeling confident enough in the early sales figures of its new Stinger sedan to be mulling ideas for future variants of its GT-inspired fastback. The brand's North American product planner tells AutoGuide it wants to keep the nameplate's lineup fresh with frequent updates and additions.
Kia Stinger News
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?
Only 500 units planned for the special edition, which fuses east and west
Steven Tyler, a 'Black Panther' promo and a chance to win a Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe.
Killer looks and performance to match.
This version does not appear to be a hatchback.
You've got to pay for something that isn't a shade of gray.
The competition is close.
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.
We have our more lax exhaust noise regulations to thank for it.