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Two world premiers for Kia at Frankfurt Motor Show

The Kia GT Concept unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Kia Motors celebrated two world premieres at the 64th Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA) in Frankfurt, Germany.

The powerful, dynamic and forward-looking Kia GT concept car, which signals the company’s distinctive new design direction, was unveiled alongside the new three-door hatchback version of the all-new Rio.

The Kia GT took center stage on Kia’s stand as Chief Design Officer Peter Schreyer revealed the sleek and muscular four-door sports sedan with a rear-wheel drive layout - a first for Kia.

The Kia Rio is the Korean manufacturer's entry into the supermini market.  The new model is a significant step forward from its predecessor.

It offers a big-car feel while reducing running costs, and easily matches rivals for quality. The driving experience is more functional than fun with the engine range optimised for efficiency rather than performance.

The ownership experience promises to be pain-free, with an inclusive servicing deal and lengthy warranty, so if you fancy a well built, low-maintenance supermini, the Rio is well worth a look.


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