2018 Kia GT Sedan
The concept of GT was first revealed at the Frankfurt auto show in the five years ago. After couple years of void, the new appearance was finally spotted on the Orange Country streets, California. The latest reports suggest the future GT might be ready to hit the 2017 marketplace as a 2018 auto version. Built up as a modern sedan, the new 2018 Kia GT will be improved with the better design and overall performance. To attract the customers’ attentions, Kia should further equip the car with the latest high-tech additional features and premium materials.
The company has not made an official illustration rendering the new outlook of 2018 Kia GT. Based on the recent captures, the auto designer has removed the concept of backward-opening rear doors and replaced it with the conventional one. In the front end, we will see the smaller LED headlights and the new lower intakes.
Moving towards the side, there will be a large side vent and the shiny chrome details on some parts. One thing which is compelling due to the sedan will be constructed on a new rear-drive platform, similar to the lineup of Hyundai Genesis and G70 3series. Unfortunately, the detailed refurbishments on the interior are still unknown. The additional installed components and new materials are also covert. However, the all needed information of the GT sedan will come sooner as the sedan has got the finishing phase.
The current expectations on the 2018 Kia GT engine include the variant of a 3.3 liter turbocharged V-6 4-cylinder that could produce the power of 340 HP. In addition, the current model of a 2.0 liter turbocharged four-cylinder could be selected as the second option. To boast the car performance, the engineer is considering enhancing a manual transmission as the standard, while the automatic is somewhat optional.
It is pretty obvious as being delivered as 2018 type, the new Kia sedan might be released for the dealerships sometime in 2017. The car price has not been decided. If taking to the recent reference, the 2018 Kia GT might be valued at about $30,000, charging less than the European entries.