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All-new pro_cee’d three-door hatchback coming

Kia's all-new pro_cee’d three-door hatchback will be launched at the Paris Motor Show on September 27.

Kia Motors will reveal the third member of its second-generation cee’d family, the all-new pro_cee’d three-door hatchback, at the Paris Motor Show on September 27.

The sophisticated new pro_cee’d features all the improvements made to the cee’d five-door and cee’d Sportswagon, while dramatically progressing the enhanced sporty appearance that made its predecessor so popular.

 Kia’s Chief Design Officer Peter Schreyer said, “This car embodies emotion and energy through and through. You know from a single glance that this is a car you want to drive, not just own.  Kia is on a distinctive design adventure and the all new pro-cee’d spearheads this forward looking journey.”

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