Korean automaker has officially unveiled the new 2011 Kia Cadenza (the K7 in Korea) luxury vehicle. The car will make its premiere at the Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Dubai international motor shows, later this year.
The new Cadenza is a disappointment when compared to the KND-5 concept model as the vehicle’s proportions have been altered -look at the front overhang for example- while many of the styling details have been watered down. Details enter LED-headlight surrounds, a bold fencing, and a chic sketch.
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We have no information about the interior, but Kia says that it boasts a ‘floating’ dashboard, mood lighting, and a “propel of competitive passenger-open high-tech features.” Options enter a heated steering turn, strength extendable seat cushions, ventilated front seats, and habitual defogging of the windshield.
According to Kia’s Director of the Overseas Marketing, Soon-Nam Lee, “(The) New Cadenza will cabinet the continuing evolution in Kia’s unusual devise tongue through the harmonious blend of light and shape. It will also donate a new view in luxury sedans in language of performance and technology.”
The 2011 Cadenza will be powered by a 175 hp 2.4-liter Theta four-cylinder and a 273 hp 3.5-liter Lambda V6 engines. While front-sweep oblige is ordinary, an all-sweep constrain practice will prone be untaken.