We've driven just about every variant of Kia's Optima sedan and the consensus is that they're all pretty good. We've even gone as far as to call the
The jury's still out on the power train, as the automaker hasn't announced anything beyond the rear-wheel drive configuration and that it's "roaring with energy and ready for take-off," according to Peter Schreyer, Kia Motors chief design officer. We're guessing that the engine room will be filled with something from the automaker's shared parts bin with sister company Hyundai. Will it get the
The concept features a low-slung roof, giving the sedan a coupe-like profile despite the fact that it has four doors and should seat four adults. We see more than a bit ofin both the form factor and the profile. Check out the photos in the gallery and decide for yourself.
We'll be bringing you more information about Kia's sport sedan concept when it debuts alongside the Kia Rio three-door and a visually updated Kia Soul at the 2011 International Motor Show in Frankfurt in September.