Kia KX3 Concept arrives at the 2014 Guangzhou Motor Show

Article by Christian A., on November 20, 2014

Kia officially unveiled the all-new KX3 Concept at the 2014 Guangzhou Motor Show and as expected, the vehicle previews company’s China-exclusive C-segment SUV. When it comes to design, the vehicle arrives with the ‘tiger-nose’ grille featuring a matte chrome-look surround, wraparound LED headlights and a skid plate that underlines the vehicle’s off-road capabilities.

At the rear, we find a small roof spoiler, LED taillights and a stylish bumper with integrated exhaust system. According to Kia, the KX3 Concept is 4,260 mm long, has a width of 1,768 mm and a height of 1,630 mm.

The wheelbase has a length of 2,590 mm, which ensures plenty of interior space for the passengers and a cargo area with a capacity of 400 litre. Under the hood, there is a 1.6-liter turbocharged petrol engine bolted to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT).

Power is delivered to all four wheels. Inside, the KX3 Concept promises to deliver a high level of standard equipment as well as a wide range of options in order to ensure the greatest possible value to buyers.

For the moment, there are no details regarding a production version of this concept but after the Guangzhou Motor Show, we are sure that the company will take a decision.

Topics: kia, concept

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