[NEW] 2019 Kia Sportage - interior Exterior and Drive

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2019 Kia Sportage Vs 2019 Hyundai Tucson

2019 Kia Sportage , Kia Motors has revealed the upgraded Kia Sportage, introducing a range of enhancements to the brand's European and global best-seller. The new model pairs an updated exterior and interior design with new safety and infotainment technologies. Powertrains are also fully-compliant with future emissions standards.The Sportage's advanced new EcoDynamic+ 48V diesel mild-hybrid powertrain is the first to be launched as part of the brand's global powertrain electrification strategy. Kia is the first manufacturer to offer hybrid, plug-in hybrid, battery-electric and 48-volt mild-hybrid technology across its full model line-up. Kia will launch 16 advanced powertrain vehicles by 2025, including five new hybrids, five plug-in hybrids, five battery-electric vehicles and, in 2020, a new fuel-cell electric vehicle. Improvements to the Kia Sportage's sporty exterior design include new front and rear bumpers, as well as redesigned front and rear lamps and new 16-, 17- and 19-inch alloy wheel designs. Options include chrome sill trim and metallic skid plates, and five new paint colours. GT Line models are equipped with a gloss black hot-stamped radiator grille, a gloss black and silver skid plate, and dark chrome inserts on the side sills and rear tailgate. The GT Line's unique 19-inch alloy wheels have been redesigned, and all models are fitted with a dual exhaust rear valance and revised 'ice cube' LED fog lamp designs. The newly-refined cabin features a new steering wheel and revised instrument cluster, as well as new black-and-grey two-tone upholstery. GT Line models are available with new black-and-grey two-tone leather seats, or optional black leather with red accents. 2019 Hyundai Tucson, Its new design accents as well as sharp and elegant lines strengthen the character of the progressive C-SUV and make it even more attractive for European customers who appreciate the Tucson particularly for its design. The sporty exterior design is achieved by the Cascading Grille and the refined new light signature with full LED headlights give the car a high-tech image. The car is also equipped with a new rear taillight as well as a redesigned rear bumper and muffler. By offering a combination of exceptional roominess, a highly ergonomic interior design and a wide range of advanced powertrains the New Tucson delivers greater efficiency and driving dynamics. The New Hyundai Tucson is powered by two diesel and two petrol engines. All of them are revised achieving a reduced weight, which further improves CO2 emissions. Additionally, the New Tucson is the first Hyundai to be available with a mild hybrid 48 V powertrain. The new mild hybrid powertrain system is the efficient solution for customers looking for a vehicle with a great cost-efficiency ratio. The most powerful powertrain in this line-up is the 2.0-litre diesel engine with an output of 137 kW / 185 PS which can be paired with a 6-speed manual transmission (6MT) or optionally with the newly developed 8-speed automatic transmission (8AT). This high-performance engine comes with Hyundai's four-wheel drive, called HTRAC. It is equipped with a differential lock equally distributing torque to the front and rear wheels. SUBSCRIBE NOW

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2019 Kia Sportage - interior Exterior and Drive

The new Kia Sportage - Updated design, inside and out, for Kia’s global and European best-seller - Revised powertrain line-up includes 185 ps EcoDynamics+ 2.0-litre diesel mild-hybrid and efficient new 1.6-litre ‘U3’ diesel - EcoDynamics+ powertrain reduces CO2 emissions by up to 4% under WLTP - Idle Stop & Go now standard; all gasoline engines feature particulate filters - New technologies include upgraded infotainment and active driver aids - On-sale in Europe during Q3 2018 with 7-Year, 150,000-kilometre warranty The upgraded 2018 Kia Sportage features a range of enhancements to cement its position as the brand’s flagship SUV and its best-selling model in Europe. The new Sportage pairs an updated exterior and interior design with new safety and infotainment technologies, as well as efficient new powertrains complying with future emissions standards. Upgrades to the Sportage range also include modifications to GT Line models. The car’s advanced new EcoDynamics+ 48V diesel mild-hybrid powertrain is the first to be launched as part of Kia’s global powertrain electrification strategy. With this development, Kia becomes the first manufacturer to offer hybrid, plug-in hybrid, battery-electric and 48-volt mild-hybrid technology across its full model line-up. Kia will launch 16 advanced powertrain vehicles by 2025, including five new hybrids, five plug-in hybrids, five battery-electric vehicles and, in 2020, a new fuel-cell electric vehicle. Updates to attractive Kia SUV design The original design of the fourth-generation Sportage was led by Kia’s European design studio in Frankfurt, Germany, with input from the company’s design centres in Namyang, Korea and Irvine, California. For 2018, the three studios have modernised the look of the Sportage, which features a range of updates to its sporty exterior design. Changes extend to GT Line models, which feature a series of unique upgrades compared to other trim levels. There is a redesigned front bumper with new fog lamp housings, and new gloss black or bright chrome inserts leading from the fog lamps into the lower air intake. The Sportage is also now available with an evolved version of its ‘tiger-nose’ grille, with new gloss black or matt black grille. New full-LED headlamps with four-point LED daytime running lights and redesigned fog lamps also provide maximum visibility and enhance the SUV’s light signature for a more modern appearance. An optional metallic skid plate is available. At the rear, the slim combination lamps retain their horizontal shape, with the revised design featuring a new C-shaped LED light signature. The reversing lamp and reflectors are now integrated into the new rear bumper, which is now finished with a flash of chrome across its base. In profile, the upgraded model is available with a choice of new 16-, 17- and 19-inch alloy wheel designs, and optional chrome sill trim. Five new paint colours are available on the new Sportage, including new shades of silver, grey, metallic blue, and copper. Changes to GT Line include a new gloss black hot-stamped radiator grille, gloss black and silver skid plates, and dark chrome inserts on the front bumper, the side sills and rear tailgate. The GT Line’s unique 19-inch alloy wheels have been redesigned, and all models are fitted with a dual exhaust rear valance and revised ‘ice cube’ LED fog lamp designs. Engines and transmissions New EcoDynamics+ diesel mild-hybrid powertrain The Sportage now offers a wider range of engines, including Kia’s new ‘EcoDynamics+’ 2.0-litre ‘R’ diesel mild-hybrid powertrain and Kia’s new 1.6-litre ‘U3’ diesel engine – the cleanest diesel engine the company has ever made. EcoDynamics+ has been engineered to deliver greater efficiency from internal combustion engines on the road, by using electric power delivered and recuperated seamlessly. In the Sportage, the system supplements acceleration with power from a compact 0.44 kWh 48-volt lithium-ion battery, and extends engine ‘off time’ with a new Mild-Hybrid Starter-Generator (MHSG) unit. The MHSG is connected by belt to the engine’s crankshaft, and switches seamlessly between ‘motor’ and ‘generator’ modes. In ‘motor’ mode the battery is discharged under acceleration, providing up to 12 kW of electric power assistance to the engine, to reduce engine load and emissions. Under deceleration – when braking, or coasting towards a junction or downhill – the MHSG switches to ‘generator’ mode, recuperating energy from the crankshaft to recharge the battery on-the-go. An advanced Electronic Control Unit (ECU) calculates the most efficient use of available energy and adjusts accordingly, taking into account the amount of charge remaining in the car’s batteries. Full Review https://press.kia.com/eu/en/home/media-resouces/press-kits/products/2018/SportagePressKit.html "SUBSCRIBE NOW" #Kia #SUV #Sportage

💥2019 KIA Sorento | NEW competitor in the world of luxury SUVs

About the main competitor Kia Sorento you can see in the video https://youtu.be/XTRlxJt8wPM The new Kia Sorento features a refreshed exterior and interior design, and is available with Kia's latest safety and in-car connectivity technologies. A new GT Line variant is also available, as well as an efficient new eight-speed automatic transmission for 2.2-litre diesel model. Kia's designers have made a series of modifications to the Sorento's exterior design. These include revised front and rear bumpers, new LED head- and tail-lamps, and a new dark metallic finish to the 'tiger-nose' grille. The result is a more sophisticated and purposeful front-end appearance. New Rich Espresso and Gravity Blue exterior paint finishes are now available, as well as a new design for the Sorento's 17-, 18- and 19-inch aluminium alloy wheels. Inside, the cabin features a newly-designed steering wheel and driver instrument cluster, as well as a new climate control LCD display. The dashboard also features a new Audio Visual Navigation (AVN) system (see 'Technology'). The new Kia Sorento features an increased proportion of soft touch materials and leather for a more premium cabin ambience. Customers can specify the interior in single-tone (black) or two-tone (black and stone beige), with cloth or leather upholstery. Optional brown or light grey leather upholstery is also available. The driver and front passenger seats are equipped with four-way and two-way adjustable lumbar support respectively, to enhance seating comfort. Following a modest refresh, which included things like a standard three-row layout, redesigned front and rear fascias, and an upgraded interior, the 2019 Kia Sorento officially has a price tag. The front-wheel-drive L model can be had for as little as $25,990 (just $90 more than the outgoing model) – but move towards the top of the range and things start to get a bit pricier. Jump to the next-up Sorento LX, which comes with a 2.4-liter inline-four engine, and it can be had $27,490 with front-wheel drive, or $29,290 with all-wheel drive. The V6-powered LX, which uses a 3.3-liter engine to deliver 290 horsepower, is the first trim to surpass $30,000; it’s priced at $31,290 with front wheel drive, and $33,090 with all-wheel drive. More options will cause a bigger hit to your wallet, naturally, with the front-wheel-drive Sorento EX starting at $35,590, and the all-wheel-drive version coming in at $37,390. The EX trim comes standard with the more powerful 3.3-liter V6, and includes safety features like driver attention warning, and lane keep assist. Towards the top-half of the range, the Sorento SX starts at $39,990 with front-wheel drive, and $41,790 with all-wheel drive. All of the same features on the EX carry over – including the V6 engine – as do new standard features like LED headlights with high-beam assist, parking distance warning, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a Harman Kardon premium audio system. The fully loaded Sorento SXL is where things start to get even pricier. With front-wheel drive, the most affordable SXL model can be had for $44,690, while the all-wheel-drive version will set you back $46,490. Of course, it comes standard with the 3.3-liter V6, and includes all the same features you’ll find on the SX model, and then some. Friends, thanks for watching and LIKE (do NOT FORGET to PUT)! Don't miss out on new videos - SUBSCRIBE to the AutoCorp channel! //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// https://www.youtube.com/c/AvtoCorp ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

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[NEW] 2019 Kia Sportage - interior Exterior and Drive

The new Kia Sportage
- Updated design, inside and out, for Kia’s global and European best-seller
- Revised powertrain line-up includes 185 ps EcoDynamics+ 2.0-litre diesel mild-hybrid and efficient new 1.6-litre ‘U3’ diesel
- EcoDynamics+ powertrain reduces CO2 emissions by up to 4% under WLTP
- Idle Stop & Go now standard; all gasoline engines feature particulate filters
- New technologies include upgraded infotainment and active driver aids
- On-sale in Europe during Q3 2018 with 7-Year, 150,000-kilometre warranty

The upgraded 2018 Kia Sportage features a range of enhancements to cement its position as the brand’s flagship SUV and its best-selling model in Europe. The new Sportage pairs an updated exterior and interior design with new safety and infotainment technologies, as well as efficient new powertrains complying with future emissions standards. Upgrades to the Sportage range also include modifications to GT Line models.
The car’s advanced new EcoDynamics+ 48V diesel mild-hybrid powertrain is the first to be launched as part of Kia’s global powertrain electrification strategy. With this development, Kia becomes the first manufacturer to offer hybrid, plug-in hybrid, battery-electric and 48-volt mild-hybrid technology across its full model line-up. Kia will launch 16 advanced powertrain vehicles by 2025, including five new hybrids, five plug-in hybrids, five battery-electric vehicles and, in 2020, a new fuel-cell electric vehicle.

Updates to attractive Kia SUV design
The original design of the fourth-generation Sportage was led by Kia’s European design studio in Frankfurt, Germany, with input from the company’s design centres in Namyang, Korea and Irvine, California. For 2018, the three studios have modernised the look of the Sportage, which features a range of updates to its sporty exterior design. Changes extend to GT Line models, which feature a series of unique upgrades compared to other trim levels.
There is a redesigned front bumper with new fog lamp housings, and new gloss black or bright chrome inserts leading from the fog lamps into the lower air intake. The Sportage is also now available with an evolved version of its ‘tiger-nose’ grille, with new gloss black or matt black grille. New full-LED headlamps with four-point LED daytime running lights and redesigned fog lamps also provide maximum visibility and enhance the SUV’s light signature for a more modern appearance. An optional metallic skid plate is available.

At the rear, the slim combination lamps retain their horizontal shape, with the revised design featuring a new C-shaped LED light signature. The reversing lamp and reflectors are now integrated into the new rear bumper, which is now finished with a flash of chrome across its base.
In profile, the upgraded model is available with a choice of new 16-, 17- and 19-inch alloy wheel designs, and optional chrome sill trim. Five new paint colours are available on the new Sportage, including new shades of silver, grey, metallic blue, and copper.
Changes to GT Line include a new gloss black hot-stamped radiator grille, gloss black and silver skid plates, and dark chrome inserts on the front bumper, the side sills and rear tailgate. The GT Line’s unique 19-inch alloy wheels have been redesigned, and all models are fitted with a dual exhaust rear valance and revised ‘ice cube’ LED fog lamp designs.

Engines and transmissions
New EcoDynamics+ diesel mild-hybrid powertrain
The Sportage now offers a wider range of engines, including Kia’s new ‘EcoDynamics+’ 2.0-litre ‘R’ diesel mild-hybrid powertrain and Kia’s new 1.6-litre ‘U3’ diesel engine – the cleanest diesel engine the company has ever made.
EcoDynamics+ has been engineered to deliver greater efficiency from internal combustion engines on the road, by using electric power delivered and recuperated seamlessly. In the Sportage, the system supplements acceleration with power from a compact 0.44 kWh 48-volt lithium-ion battery, and extends engine ‘off time’ with a new Mild-Hybrid Starter-Generator (MHSG) unit. The MHSG is connected by belt to the engine’s crankshaft, and switches seamlessly between ‘motor’ and ‘generator’ modes.

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