Korea-based Kia first came to US shores in 1994. It is currently owned by Hyundai, and shares the same reputation for building high value cars with long warranties. Kia emphasizes the young and fun with quirky, often polarizing designs.
The power-door sensing system might not detect an arm or leg when it closes.
The 48-volt system will roll out to other European Kias, but probably won't come to the US.
A smaller battery will be offered, as well, just like the Kona Electric.
The second-generation K900 sedan is larger, smarter and more generously appointed. Is the second time the charm for Kia’s luxury sedan?
It's pretty efficient, even if the vehicle isn't lined up perfectly.
A pair of rear touchscreens offer a big in-car entertainment improvement.
The slightly updated Optima will go on sale later this year.
It's cushier, techier and prettier than before. What's not to like?