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Surprise, surprise! The all-new midsize multi-purpose vehicle we’ve been hinting at is the Kia Sedona! The all-new 2015 Sedona midsize Multi-Purpose Vehicle (also known as the Kia Carnival in some markets) will make its world debut at the 2014 New York International Auto Show, which starts April 18!
The All-New Kia Soul is now ready to roll out in Europe! We were careful to keep the design DNA of the original Soul, while improving and enhancing various vehicle features to present an improved Soul. So what’s so new about it? Click to find out!
It was a whirlwind couple of weeks with Kia in Geneva, where we got to finally greet our European fans with the Soul EV, the GT4 Stinger concept car, and showcase the latest Kia technologies during the Geneva Motor Show. While the Soul EV was in the spotlight, plenty of other Kia cars and Kia’s [...]
Today is our last in a series of interview on the redesigned Optima. This time, Mr. Yul-Hwang Chung, Vice President of the Mid/Large Vehicle Project Management Center, has provided detailed information on the design of the upgraded Optima.
For the second year in a row, Kia Sorento was spotlighted for the Best SUV over $40,000 in the 2013 Car of the Year awards presented by Drive, Australia’s leading automotive magazine.
Kia has another reason to celebrate for hitting a milestone in its history, this time, in Israel. Kia Picanto has been officially appointed as Israel’s best-selling car in cumulative figures this year, exceeding sales of its competitors including the Ford Focus, Toyota Corolla and Hyundai I35.
Kia Motors is on a roll, winning another award at the Los Angeles Auto Show. In addition to the K900 (Qurois), the Kia Sorento also caught the attention of many people, especially among the Hispanic community.
The highly anticipated all-new Kia K900 (known as Kia Quoris in other overseas market) was unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show that began on November 20.
Remember the Flash-Inspired Forte (Cerato) Koup from Kia’s Super Hero Lineup from last year? This year, the Kia Forte (Cerato) Koup will make an all-new reappearance at the 2013 LA Auto Show that will begin this week.
Kia Motors has confirmed that a new all-electric version of the Kia Soul is scheduled to go on sale in overseas markets during the second half of 2014. The ‘Kia Soul EV’ will be Kia’s first electrically-driven, zero-emissions family car marketed outside Korea.
Hot off the heels of the YouTube Music Awards, we are now heading into the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas to carry forward the spirit of music by showcasing music themed Kia Souls.
Kia Motors America has released a new advertising campaign for its redesigned 2014 Optima. The award-winning original body shell design of the Optima remains the same, while only the front and rear fascias have changed.
The all-new Kia Carens compact MPV and the redesigned 2014 Sorento have both earned 5-Star safety ratings from the Euro NCAP and US Government, respectively.
. Let’s go back in time and take a closer look into Kia’s love affair with concept cars. We are going to start this trip down memory lane with our KCV concept series and work our way up.
Kia has confirmed that its dramatic new European concept, to be unveiled at the 65th Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA) in Frankfurt, will be called the Kia Niro.
Rolling foothills of the European Alps, vast vineyards, large lakes and a world famous racetrack in the Italian city of Franciacorta set the stage for the local media’s test drive of the all-new Kia pro_cee’d GT.
Kia Motors Facebook has been running a #ColorYourLife campaign, highlighting Kia’s car hues that are both bold and elegant to meet your style needs.
The 2013 Optima, Rio and Soul – recently ranked at or near the top of their respective segments within the J.D. Power 2013 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study.
Today on Kia-Buzz we’re going to share a few snapshots we took on a recent trip to the R&D center.
Kia Motors started R&D on fuel cell technology in 1988. With the successful certification of our low-temperature (-20˚C) startup technology, we managed to overcome what was considered a major hurdle in FCEV commercialization.