Kia plans to build an all-new crossover and to make their intention clearer, the Korean brand has officially broken the cover off the Kia SP Crossover Concept at the Auto Expo India 2018, which is considered as a preview of its future crossover.
Kia has officially broken the cover off the Kia SP Concept at the Auto Expo India 2018
“…Combining the comfort and space of a sedan with the ability to tackle all kinds of terrain, we intend to storm the market with an SUV that will set new parameters in motoring,” according to Kia.
Inspired by Indian heritage, the SP Concept features up-to-the-minute technologies from Kia along with an eye-catching appearance.
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Exterior-wise, the concept adapts a futuristic design which seems to be exclusively designed for young car buyers. A long hood, wide stance and semi-floating roofline all exude a youthful and sporty vibe. However, the most distinguished part on the outside is the front face.
It looks rugged and aggressive with a bigger tiger-nose grille with more flair. Flanking that grille is now new pair of headlights with distinct LED DRLs, making the façade more eye-catching together with a refined front bumper.
The concept adapts a futuristic design which seems to be exclusively designed for young car buyers
The side profile features big 5-spoke alloy wheels wrapped in bulky tires, sharp character lines and plastic wheel lip moldings while the rear is prominent with new stylish bumper.
Sadly, we have no images of the inside, but Kia says that the SP Concept will come with a modern, ergonomic and “sensually-designed” cabin. Likewise, it will be replete with high-tech elements which have not been disclosed. Perhaps those are digital displays, a touchscreen infotainment system supporting wireless connectivity or something just like that.
We are unsure of a production version of the Kia SP Concept
We are unsure of a production version of the Kia SP Crossover Concept but latest car news suggests that Kia will probably build the crossover in its new plant in India. For Kia, as well as many other brands, India is a very potential car hub and the company will start retails sales in this country in Q2 2019.