Seen a prototype South Korean novelty has received an unusually a lot of different camo. Presentation of popular models can go either at the end of this year or early next.
A few moments ago, at the disposal of our publications were “spy” pictures, which depicted the South Korean hatchback KIA Rio. The fourth generation South Korean compact car was introduced in October 2016, at the motor show in Paris, so it makes sense to assume that KIA’s engineers are busy testing the updated version of the model, not entirely new of her generation. The official presentation of Facelifting car can be held or at the end of this year or early 2021.
Don’t let bulky disguise to get you to believe that a team of South Korean brand is still testing the next-generation model, which, as they say, will get a completely different design.
We expect to see minor cosmetic changes around the body is slightly redesigned bumper and new-look headlights and tail lights.
Judging by these 17-inch alloy wheels and dual exhaust pipes, before the us version of the GT Line. Well, the led daytime running lights with four points, which are called “ice cube”, this prototype is not visible. It is difficult to determine exactly what changes to make to your KIA sedan, but perhaps the novelty will be able to surprise.
It would be good if the hatchback B-segment got a high-performance version of the Rio GT to compete with the Ford Fiesta ST and Volkswagen Polo GTI. But I bet that this rendition of the popular car will not be presented in the near future. The management of the company may not find sufficient financial justification for the creation of the Rio GT.