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    Kia Previews Next-Generation Cadenza

      A Next-Generation Cadenza Is Around the Corner


    Kia revealed a few renderings of the next-generation Cadenza, which is expected to go on sale sometime next year.

     

    The renderings reveal Kia making their full-size sedan a bit more aggressive with an angular front grille, a sculpted front bumper, rakish windshield, and a sloping roofline. The interior looks similar to the current model. But there are some changes that include a new steering wheel and a larger touchscreen.

     

    No information was provided on what would power the sedan.

     

    Source: Kia

     

     

    Press Release is on Page 2


     

    Kia Motors previews next-generation Cadenza

     

    The all-new Kia Cadenza will set new benchmarks for cutting-edge design, interior quality and contemporary luxury when it goes on sale in overseas markets in 2016.
    Previewed for the first time in new images released today, the next-generation Cadenza maintains the progressive, contemporary image of the current model, while introducing higher levels of luxury and refinement to the large sedan segment. The all-new Cadenza offers a bold reinterpretation of the current model's popular design, featuring an elongated bonnet, a wider, lower stance and sharper styling lines, with a thoroughly modern execution of signature Kia design cues ensuring the new Cadenza is instantly recognizable.

     

    The cabin of the all-new Cadenza has been designed anew, boasting a fresh, luxurious appearance and layout that offers a sense of width and spaciousness. With a premium new design and higher-quality materials than ever before – two elements inspired by European tastes – the Cadenza's new cabin will set a new standard for luxury and refinement in its class.

     

    The all-new Kia Cadenza will go on sale in overseas markets in 2016.


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