Category Archives: Coming Soon

Next-Gen K900 is the Most-Advanced Kia Ever

The completely redesigned Kia K900 establishes a new standard for luxury, driving dynamics and automotive technology for Kia. The all-new second-generation model combines a dignified and sophisticated exterior design, a beautifully crafted cabin of premium materials, and performance characteristics that befit a world-class sedan. Reimagined in every way, the K900 brings with it an array of new systems and safety features, making it the most technologically advanced Kia ever. Continue reading

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The All-New Telluride Made a Texas-Sized Statement at New York Fashion Week

Breaking new ground, a bespoke version of Kia Motors America’s largest and most refined SUV – the all-new 2020 Telluride – made its first public appearance today at fashion designer Brandon Maxwell’s New York Fashion Week show. Created by Kia’s U.S. design studio in Irvine, California, the customized Telluride that appeared on the runway drew influence from Maxwell’s inspiration for the Spring Summer 2019 collection: Texas. Continue reading

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Updates Coming to the 2019 Optima

The Kia Optima has been one of the major bread winners for Kia Motors for years now, and because of that, it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. Currently in its fourth generation and having produced a hybrid and plug-in hybrid variant, the Kia Optima enters its 2019 model year with updates to give its competitors a run for their money. We can already see Kia Motors winning many awards in 2019 with the likes of the Kia Optima in tow. Check out these highlights for a peek at what’s to come with the 2019 Kia Optima. Continue reading

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Self-Expression Just Got Easier with the 2019 Soul

2019 Kia Soul Paint Color Options

Talking about how personality and fun are important, but underrated, characteristics for your vehicle to have. This isn’t common knowledge and if anything, automotive manufacturers have done an excellent job of framing the vehicle as an appliance to try and distract drivers from the fact that most crossovers are boring and joyless vehicles. Continue reading

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