The Kia Sportage that is new is going to make its debut on October 27. In fact, it is based on Kia’s N3 platform and will come with dual 12.3-inch displays. It has a broad array of powertrains. They include an electrified 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. While the name has not to be revealing by Kia. It is, therefore, believed to possibly be the new generation Sportage SUV. It will come from its appearance in the teaser image.
Kia New Sportage Combines a Powerful look with Functionality
The new Sportage SUV, according to the carmaker, is going to come with a broad range of ‘powerful and efficient engines.’ Also, the carmaker is promising that the SUV is going to be available in both front-wheel and all-wheel drive options. The 2022 Sportage SUV, apart from that, is also likely to get ‘multiple standard advancing driver assistance systems. In addition, to high-tech infotainment options.’
Special Traits that Appeal to Enthusiasts
The Sportage SUV, Kia promises to carry traits that are going to garner enough interest among those who are the enthusiasts. In fact, the new Kia Sportage is likely to have a ‘new level of off-road capability.’ That will have additional ground clear, plus multiple driver-selectable terrain modes and all-terrain tires.
Kia Sportage SUV
Based on Kia’s N3 platform is the fifth generation. Also, this same platform is something that does underpin some of its Korean sibling Hyundai models. They include Tucson, Sonata, Santa Fe, as well as the Kia models like the Sorento and K5.
Kia Sportage Exterior Accessories
The Kia Sportage, as far as the looks are concerned, will continue to wear a bold front face. It has a traditional tiger-nose grille. Moreover, it is flanking by what is being describing as a boomerang-shaped LED unit. In fact, the cabin of the new generation Kia Sportage is more than likely to draw some influences from the EV6.
There will be infotainment and driver information systems that are being put into a single 12.3-inch curved glass display unit. It is also expecting to come with haptic feedback and physical controls on the dashboard.