Spy shots of the Kia Sportage 2019 without any camo have just been revealed after a spy photographer spotted the vehicle making its way out of a gas station at the Nürburgring.
It seems that the upcoming Sportage does not take a big turn in styling; however, it still puts on a pretty fresher look anyways. The chrome trim splits the foglights giving a different lower fascia. Still, the car keeps the signature tiger-nose grille but it now moves outward toward the two sides. Besides, full LED headlights get redesigned, promising better light, then enhancing safe-driving after the sun’s come down.
The car keeps the signature tiger-nose grille
Coming to the back, the two taillights are connected with each other thanks to a red strip running right below the rear window. Additionally, larger reflectors and a chrome strip at the lower of the bumper will give better reflections at night.
The spy shots don’t give us enough clues to say all about the cabin but it looks like the upcoming Kia Sportage gets some updates for the infotainment screen which merges more neatly with the center stack. Aside from it, unfortunately, there aren’t significant changes.
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The upcoming Kia Sportage will get some updates for the infotainment screen
The chrome trim splits the foglights giving a different lower fascia
Everything is still kept closed about the powertrain. For now, there're only rumours about the upcoming Sportage to get a 48-volt mild-hybrid system which boosts fuel-economy while lessening emissions.
Without any hiding coat, Kia seems ready to launch their new Sportage really soon in near future. And with these “naked” spy shots of the Kia Sportage 2019, the automaker definitely sparks rays of hope that it’s going to join the brand’s lineup in the Paris Motor Show which takes place in October.
The two taillights are connected with each other thanks to a red strip running right below the rear window
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