The brand new Kia Sportspace Concept has been officially presented to the public at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, in a premiere.
Following a few images which have ended up on the web last week, the brand new Kia Sportspace Concept is finally ready for the public as it has been introduced recently at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The model in question is actually offering us a preview of a new wagon version of the next generation Optima and it is promising to keep an attractive design for the production variant.
Speaking about the design, you should know that the model in question has been created by the same man who was responsible for designing the first generation of the Audi TT, Peter Schreyer, and the final variant of the model should keep most of its looks. The vehicle has a 2,840 mm long wheelbase which is granting a spacious cabin. Kia says that the trunk has 28 rolling balls which are part of an innovative loading system. These are lowered automatically by 3 mm when the car is started as a safety measure which will keep stored items in place.
The brand new Kia Sportspace Concept is taking its power from a turbo gasoline 2.0 liter four-cylinder, which is capable of producing a total output of 250 HP (184 kW), connected to the front wheel drive. The carmaker says that the model stands at 4,855 mm in length, 1,870 mm in width and 1,425 mm in height, riding on 20-inch alloy wheels. More details on it are limited at this time.