2018 KIA Stinger Release Date & Price – Kia has recently unveiled their program for world control. It requires their most expected (and sporty) model ever made by them, the Kia Stinger. Whether or not this can truly get on the competition from the likes of Cadillac, Audi and BMW remains to be observed, but the specs look proper, as does the styling. The Stinger concept was shown at the Frankfurt Auto Show all the way back in 2011, then a minor revision once again in 2014, before Kia ultimately dragged the trigger and started building it actually for release as a 2018 model.
2018 KIA Stinger Release Date
Despite the fact that we see prototypes and ideas at car reveal now, we don’t anticipate seeing the accurate production models of the 2018 Kia Stinger going to the showrooms until the past due 2017, at the very very first, we believe it will be the third quarter, possibly even later on.
2018 KIA Stinger Price
Kia have released no pricing components in any way, and because it is a new model, we can’t use the existing price, but checking out the specs and some of the competition, we’d think that a starting price in the region of $36,000 would be proper.
2018 KIA Stinger Redesign
It is not too much about redesign and changes as from what we will get. Because we are talking about a performance car, let us start with the powertrain choices. The base model will have a 2.0 liter 255 BHP 4-cylinder turbocharged engine, although the flagship model will be equipped with a 3.3 liter V6 with twin turbos, this will be enough to push the power up to 365 BHP (and a top speed of 167 MPH). Equally, engines will be mated to an 8-speed auto transmission, which in the V6 version will see a 0 – 60 MPH done in 5.7 seconds. Quick enough.
2018 KIA Stinger Equipment
Kia also has assured that even the base model will be loaded with tech; adaptive cruise control, 7” touchscreen and menu, TFT instrument screen, automatic emergency braking and lane keeping assist, while the V6 will also provide a Heads Up Display (HUD) adaptive dampers and wifi product asking. The V6 will also have upgraded Brembo braking system and 19” wheels as regular (whereas the 2.0 liter has 18” wheels).
The Stinger has become developed by Kia’s European design recording studio, and it also reveals; it maintains the trademark ‘Tiger Nose’ grille, but everything is all new, some might even think it has a little Italian flair in the styling.