2014 Kia Sportage Facelift caught hot weather testing in Death Valley

Here we have the latest and most revealing spy shots of the new Kia Sportage Facelift hot weather testing in Death Valley, USA.

This is the first time Sportage facelift has been caught without the heavy camouflage at the front, revealing more of the bumper, new headlights with daytime LED’s and fog lights.

The rear is still heavily disguised hiding new tail lights and a revised bumper.

Interior is also getting a small makeover and will get the FlexSteer system from the cee’d and a better infotainment system.

Engine range is expected carry over with minor changes to existing CRDi and GDi units. A new turbo 1.2 T-GDi could also join the range.


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