14.5.2020 11:46 am
Morning is motivated by Kia’s 1.0-litre Smartstream engine that sends 56kW/95Nm to the front wheels via a four-speed automatic gearbox.
Three years after making its world debut in the run-up to the Geneva Motor Show, Kia has revealed the facelift Picanto in South Korea destined for other markets, including South Africa, later this year.
Tucson will become the latest model to incorporate Hyundai’s new Sensual Sportiness design language.
By far the biggest highlight though is the interior.
The bi-turbocharged 6.6-litre bent-twelve used in the M760Li will officially cease to exist in the European autumn of this year.
Cyberstar will feature tech such as 5G and Level 3 autonomous driving.
Everest will keep its body-on-fame design instead of moving to a more comfort orientated unibody.
‘We would have to be legitimate and with Alaskan, we would be selling 20 to 40 units a month and that would not be legitimate at all.’
Highlander will be powered only by the 2.5-litre four-cylinder hybrid unit that produces a combined 180 kW.
XC100 will have seating for four and feature a more comfort tuned suspension.
M5 CS is expected to be lighter than its sibling and feature a reworked chassis.
What is unlikely to be disputed is the locally built GTI’s dominance of its segment.
There were a few confused looks and raised eyebrows, when they noticed the smoking and almost on fire brakes.
C4 will measure 4.4 m in overall length and have the option of both petrol and diesel engines.
“Luminar technology will be integrated from production start in 2022 as an option”.
Volkswagen’s 165kW/550Nm Amarok V6 TDI simply destroyed all the competition with a 0 to 100 km/h time of 8.67 sec.