Kia has officially unveiled the new Sportspace Concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The prototype was developed in order to preview the upcoming wagon version of the next-gen Optima and features a unique exterior.
The front part dominated by the special headlights and by the honeycomb radiator grille. According to Kia, the design was created by Peter Schreyer, the same man responsible for the iconic design of the first generation Audi TT.
Inside the cabin, the center console goes up to the rear seats and the gadgets are all over the place. More than that, the materials are very good, even though we are talking about a Kia.
The new Sportspace has a 2.840 mm wheelbase which can be translated in a generous interior space. At the back, the trunk has received 28 rolling balls that are part of a new innovative loading system.
Under the hood of the Kia Sportspace is a 2.0-liter turbo petrol unit that can deliver 250 horsepower. The engine resources are sent to the ground via a front-wheel drive layout but we don’t know for now what transmission it uses.
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