2011 Kia Sportage gets new look

2011 Kia Sportage gets new look

When the Geneva Motor Show opens up next month, the third-generation Kia Sportage will be revealed and is looking to bring the SUV to the top of the class in looks.

Resembling a scaled down version of the recently introduced Sorento R, the new Sportage incorporates the Peter Schreyer-penned Kia design language in an an aggressive looking package that should stand out among competitors. The new model is longer, lower and wider, with the now signature Tiger front grille.

The Sportage is expected to use the same 2.4-litre inline-four found in the new Hyundai Tucson when it arrives later this year, although their may be a range of gas and diesel power options from which to choose.

Check back as we bring you more vehicles from the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.

When the Geneva Motor Show opens up next month, the third-generation Kia Sportage will be revealed and is looking to bring the SUV to the top of the class in looks.

Resembling a scaled down version of the recently introduced Sorento R, the new Sportage incorporates the Peter Schreyer-penned Kia design language in an an aggressive looking package that should stand out among competitors. The new model is longer, lower and wider, with the now signature Tiger front grille.

The Sportage is expected to use the same 2.4-litre inline-four found in the new Hyundai Tucson when it arrives later this year, although their may be a range of gas and diesel power options from which to choose.

Check back as we bring you more vehicles from the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.

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