Although the all-new Kia Sorento is scheduled to make its first public appearance later in 2020 at the Geneva International Motor Show, today we can reveal some images released by Kia Motors Corporation.
More stylish than ever the Sorento’s redefined design incorporates sharper lines and uninterrupted surfaces, making it noticeably more sculpted than its more round-edged predecessor. With more contemporary
geometric details the overall design has certainly matured projecting a more desirable design look. The now easily recognisable “Tiger nose grill” takes on a wider and more expansive position integrating
headlamps on each side. The headlamps themselves feature a new “tiger eye” LED daytime running light. In profile, the new Sorento proportions are subtly adapted to make it appear longer, with shorter front and rear
overhangs and a longer wheelbase. The A-pillar now sits 30mm further back from the axle for a more cab-rearward design.
Inside the Sorento has also undergone an upgrade introducing a sophisticated new design incorporating cutting edge infotainment using premium grade materials. The Sorento retails its spaciousness and three row versatility
that has characterised the model over the past 18 years of its existence. The clever blending of metallic trims, leather upholstery, and embossed wood-effect surfaces have taken the interior comfort up a few levels.
Designed and engineered to take on everything life can throw at it, the new Sorento will make its debut on 3 rd