Kia Stinger gets refresh | New Release - Car News Aug 2020

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10:15 Thursday 13 Aug 2020

The first images of the refreshed Kia Stinger have been released.

The high-performance fastback saloon has been given a thorough upgrade by Kia, with design changes inside and out.

Externally there are new multifaceted reflector LED headlamps, new LED daytime running lights, new rear light signature, new checkered flag-inspired indicators, and new 18- or 19-inch aluminium alloy wheels.  A new exterior package is available too.  The Dark Package adds a gloss black diffuser surround, black wide-bore exhaust tips, and black Stinger emblem on the tailgate.

Interior trim materials have been upgraded, including a new metallic finish on the lower section of the steering wheel and instrument cluster surround.  The latter boasts a 7.0-inch fully-digital display.

Depending on specification, there is new contrast stitching and aluminium or carbon fibre-style centre console trim.  An upgraded 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment and navigation system is accented by a new glossy black finish and the cabin also features a new mood lighting system.  New interior choices include Nappa leather upholstery in Saturn Black, Red or Beige, alongside existing leather and synthetic leather options.

The new Kia Stinger will debut in Korea later this year, with global sales including the UK to follow.


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