Kia Cadenza 2014 a new version for next spring
The South Korean manufacturer Kia has just presented its World Press Cadenza sedan, whose body has received some cosmetic touches.
This new sedan, CALLED K7 in South Korea, will replace the model Opirus, better known to us as the Amanti, which was marketed between the years 2003 and 2009.
The Amati Cadenza
Kia Opirus / Amanti which was regarded as the vis-a-vis the Hyundai Azera on our walk are two cars that did not measure up to the competition, but this time we pass a much higher caliber with this newcomer.
Aesthetically, a world separates these two cars. However, the Opirus / Amanti featured a silhouette more mundane, as the Cadenza displays an innovative style and most successful for a sedan that wants to face the tenors of this niche: Toyota Avalon, Chevrolet Impala, Nissan Maxima, Chrysler 300, and other.
Several cosmetic retouching
Before arrival on world markets of the Kia Cadenza, the chief designer, Peter Schreyer has held him make some alterations around the body, comprising:
called the calandria the "tiger nose";
a more rounded cap;
and redraw the slimmer headlights;
firewalls more attractive shocks;
montees gills on the front wings;
lights redraw position.
More generous than the Optima
At this time, it is the Kia Optima sedan that serves as a flagship South Korean brand. A title it will lose with the arrival of the Cadenza.
Driving the Azera
Kia Cadenza is powered by a V6 3.5-liter engine that develops an output of 290 horsepower. The same used by his cousin, the Hyundai Azera. It is coupled to a six-speed automatic transmission.
Given the large Hyundai Azera is no longer available in Canada, then can we imagine it will be the same for the Kia Cadenza?
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