A sleeker, more "urban-friendly" all-new Kia Sportage will make its debut at next month's Geneva Motor Show, the automaker revealed today.
Its "bold, athletic, and sporty" design wears the brand's new nose that's complimented by more pronounced front shoulders and rear haunches. Swept back headlights flank the prominent Kia-badged grille up front. Deep character lines can be seen along the lower passenger doors, as well as across the rear hatch.
As a whole, the Sportage is longer, wider, and lower than the outgoing edition and promises more cargo and passenger space inside. Ride quality is said to be vastly improved thanks to the longer wheelbase.
Powertrains have yet to be announced, but as it stands, both diesel and gas mills are slated for production once sales start later this year.
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