It's called Sportspace and will be one of the stars of Kia's upcoming Geneva Motor Show is a concept that advances what the next saloon Korean brand. Kia shows him exclusively before its Swiss premiere.
Kia remains steadfast in its goal to convey more emotion in their models. Therefore still working on more attractive and sporty designs even in a more "serious" segment as that of family sedans which presents the Sportspace Concept we will see in the next Geneva and shows us before Swiss event.
This is a prototype designed by and for Europe Frankfurt Central Korean brand. And it shows. In it the team led by Gregory Guillaume Chief Kia European Design the latest trends in the saloons that aspire to be someone in Europe are incorporated. The design of Sportspace design straddles between a shooting brake body recovered in recent times and classic station wagon made evident in the final collapse of the roof with a sporty more along the lines of a Mazda 5 to Mondeo than a Passat. On the front of Sportspace find his classic "tiger nose" as all models of the "era Schreyer" but yes to their own interpretation in this case more flattened.
Fluid and aerodynamic lines accompanying the Kia Sportspace of just under 5 meters with his big wide track and short overhangs offers a roomy interior that houses four seats made of carbon fiber and leather. Although no longer a concept the objective tells Laurent Boulay head of exterior design of Kia Europe "is largely to test public opinion" the future model is quite defined. Boulay defends the four squares arguing that in Europe most of the time the cars go with one or two occupants.
Simple and minimalist interior has numerous technological details such as replacing the interior rearview mirror monitor or the big screen as a dashboard. In addition the Kia Sportspace has a wide mouth and a generous trunk load which highlights the metal on the floor of this ball "we were inspired by aeronautics to incorporate this element" tells Ralph Kluge Head of Design interior Kia Europe to make better slide luggage on it.
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