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Kia's new sports car will take inspiration from the GT and GT4 Stinger concept cars, and be on sale by the end of the decade


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Kia’s most dynamically adventurous model yet, the Stinger targets BMW, Audi, Mercedes and the rest of the executive saloon set

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Andrew 61 23 September 2015

What a strange comment ?

"Philpott said that despite good public reaction to the first two GT concept cars, Kia wouldn't be "pushed into a corner just because everyone cries out for it"
This is the most bizarre sales/marketing quote I think I have seen. Why build a concept in the first place if not much bothered about building one and how can positive comments from 'everyone' be turned into a negative response of "pushed into a corner"
I like it, looks like a compact american muscle car..
Peter Cavellini 6 August 2015

Never mind 2020!!!

Kia needs a sports Car NOW!!
FastRenaultFan 6 August 2015

Is the Soul not a Juke rival?

I thought the Kia Soul was a Juke rival so why do Kia say they want to make a B segment car to compete with the Nissan Juke when they already have one.
Also I think just because someone drives a Hyundai or a Kia does not mean they have no interest in cars. Maybe they are not a keen driver or a mechanic but they might be interested in there car for other reasons like its style,comfort,reliability,value etc.