The new Kia Sportage will be making its official debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, but its general looking could be viewed in the track record that Kia has been having.
The new official images of the Kia Sportage was a slight let down with the hideous looking front design. The headlights are no longer integrated into the grille, as they were on the third-generation Sportage, but now sit higher up on the side of the bonnet. This leaves the now familiar Kia nose, which features on the majority of the company’s range, with a stand-alone grille. So the Tiger-nose grille is still there.
Customers can also expect masive interior improvements, thus they will to see more leather inside.
There is only one design of interior, although the size of the infotainment screen is set to differ depending on specification. It will come with a greatly reduced number of buttons on the central console.