Kia Cadenza: more in the high end
The South Korean manufacturer Kia has just presented the world press, a new large luxury sedan CALLED Cadenza, which will be unveiled officially in the international auto show in Dubai.
This new CALLED K7 in South Korea sedan will carry the name Cadenza anywhere else in the world. It is thus simply take the place of the model Opirus, better known to us as the Amanti, presented for the first time in 2003.
A change that is necessary
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 new Cadenza offers an innovative style and most successful for a sedan that wants to face the tenors of this niche cars rather exceptional.
Featuring the new house grille, this car conceived by the team of chief designer Peter Schreyer, based on the concept KND-5, announces a new aesthetic approach called 'hockey stick'. Like many other high-end sedans, she was offered the overhung LED headlights.
A fierce competition
Like its cousin, the Hyundai Genesis sedan since its inception continues to win awards, the Kia Cadenza will face the brunt of the German sedans intermediate category that are the Audi A6, BMW and Mercedes-Benz Serie5 Class E. It will also find its way, the luxurious Acura RL, Infiniti M and Lexus GS, without forgetting americaines Buick Lucerne, Cadillac CTS and Lincoln MKS.
A premium sedan
With an overall length of 4,950 mm and a width of 1,850 mm, this luxury sedan, can afford to accommodate five passengers and no matter their size.
Depending on the version desiree, of course, that they will have the rigor enjoy a string of treats, comprising among others, ventilated seats, air conditioning and automatic defrost, heated steering wheel and so on.
Officially launched on the South Korean automotive chessboard, the latter should normally be available elsewhere in the world, aware of the year 2010 ...
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