Check out the video to see how well it all goes in.
We like the Stinger, but the roads and weather take a toll.
All we have right now are a few teaser images.
The GT designation is well-earned.
Competing in a class of one.
No more Fords or Holdens.
On track and off, it's almost a killer app.
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.
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.