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It's the Stinger Sedan from Kia

The all-new Kia Stinger Sedan.

Kia made quite the splash at the Detroit Auto Show when it pulled the wraps off its new Stinger sedan. The shapely four door has coupe-like lines, packs a pair of turbocharged engines, and offers the choice of rear- or all-wheel drive. It seems that you'll be able to explore even more choices with the Stinger in the not-too-distant future.

But an even hotter version than the 365-horsepower twin-turbocharged V-6 model was seen at the show, but buried at the bottom of the piece is the prospect of more focused version of the Stinger.

A US Kia spokesperson said, that there are no current plans for such a model, given that the Stinger program is headed up by former BMW M Division boss Albert Biermann, but the Kia rep said a higher performance model would make sense.

A hotter Stinger may not get a different engine than the twin-turbo 3.3-liter V-6. It could be the same engine in a slightly higher state of tune, perhaps up to 400 horses, or it could get the same engine with sport and performance extras like a body kit, stickier tyres, and sportier suspension settings. It could be both. We'll have to wait to find out, but we would really love it if Mr. Biermann would take the Stinger all the way up to a BMW M3 competitor.


1 Pricing, specifications, availability and terms of offers may change without notice. Prices on this page are listed in Barbados Dollars (BBD) and exclude taxes, duties and preparation expenses. Prices are valid for the period ending March 2020.

2 On the Road charges comprise of: Road Tax, Number Plates, Tint, Rust Proofing and Mats



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