After debuting with the เล่นสล็อตฟรีได้เงินจริง electric crossover EV6, Kia has expanded its new "Opposites United" design language with the 2023 Sportage, which was revealed on Monday.There's no need to cut a word here: the new Sportage looks great, with the front highlighting the massive evolution of Kia's tiger grille, adorned with a pair of nostrils chrome trim strips.
The front grille features diamond-shaped headlights with boomerang-style LED strips that extend to the hood. The elevated conservatory has a beautiful chrome trim strip at the bottom that creates a floating roof effect at the D-pillar and has a new Carnival-like texture. The rear has a lower profile and the angular taillights are connected by black stripes.
The interior is really cool too. Most are similar in style to other new Kia models like the Sorento and Carnival, but the Sportage has a smooth curved display that bundles digital gauges and infotainment touchscreens. Kia doesn't say how big the screen is. But it is impressive to see in a non-luxurious mainstream car like the Sportage.
On the center console there is a glossy instrument panel with a rotating gear lever. A smaller button for selecting drive mode and a number of other buttons. The main climate control system is touch-sensitive, but the Sportage has a temperature knob. Kia makes a big deal about how the Sportage uses high-end materials that are pleasing to the touch. And we especially love the white and blue interior with dark metallic trim.