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New Kia Cerato coming next year

Kia’s all-new Cerato will have a sleeker profile, futuristic and with dynamic styling.

The Korean automaker’s global best-selling model, due in overseas markets during the first quarter of next year, will also be blessed with an extended wheelbase and with increased cabin space.

Longer, lower and wider than the current car, the next generation Cerato will be manufactured with an all-new bodyshell structure, featuring futuristic and dynamic styling, LED front and rear lamps and a chrome-finished beltline.

The all-new Cerato, to be called ‘K3’ in Kia’s home market of South Korea, will also boast improved quality, upgraded equipment, a more spacious cabin and a revised engine line-up that delivers class-leading fuel economy.

After going on sale in Korea later this year, the all-new Cerato sedan will appear at Kia dealerships in many overseas markets during the first quarter of 2013.

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