Kia GT4 Stinger concept teased for Detroit Auto Show

Let’s face it. Kia and Hyundai were both not very reliable and their cars were far from looking attractive not too long ago, but they sure have gone a long way. Today both Korean automakers are putting out cars that look good and drive well.

Later this month at the Detroit Auto Show, Kia will show a GT4 Stinger concept, designed at Kia’s American Design Center in California.

The GT4 Stinger is a rear-wheel drive car, sporting the latest version of Kia’s signature ‘Tiger Nose’ grille and vertical LED headlamps. While the teaser does not reveal much, Kia says it also comes with “ront-brake cooling vents, 20-inch wheels and carbon fibre front splitter mounted below the bumper.

Power comes from a turbocharged 311bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine. 300+bhp and rear-wheel drive sounds like a winning combo! Consider us excited…


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