The Drive with Alan Taylor

KIA Stinger is Built for Fun Performance | SEGMENT 5 | #284

April 4, 20179 min
"He plans to make this car perform as cool as it looks", says Kia's James Bell of the 2018 Stinger's engineer. A first for KIA, this rear-wheel bias, all-wheel drive system was created to grip and claw dry pavement. While this car will function well in inclimate weather, it was designed to shine when it's being driven as a performance vehicle on dry tarmac. Scheduled to be released later this year, they continue to enhance its engineering to improve ground action and gain perfection. James also shares that they will be showing off their compact 2017 KIA Rio at the New York International Auto Show for buyers that are in the market for a new, affordable vehicle. The KIA brand is in an evolutionary period - Tune in for predictions on KIA's future. | Listen to Full Episode #284



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