2021 Kia Stonic Introduced With Hybrid Option

South Korea-based carmaker Kia has unveiled a new model for Stonic, which has sold more than 150,000 in Europe since its launch in 2017. The exterior and design of this car, which we can call a model upgrade, are largely preserved, while the main changes appear to have been made under the hood.

At this point, the new hybrid power train stands out as the most important upgrade in the vehicle. The new Stonic, where the 1.0-litre T-GDi turbocharged petrol engine combines with a 48 V system, offers customers two different power outputs: 100 and 120 horsepower. In addition, many feature upgrades in the vehicle are noted. Let's take a closer look at all the details of the renovated Stonic.

The new Stonic can be purchased as a 7-speed automatic or 6-speed manual gear, producing up to 200 Nm of torque with a 7-speed transmission option. However, both transmissions can accelerate to 125 km/h for low fuel consumption. According to the Korean manufacturer, the new model; with improved driving capability, maximum efficiency and low carbon dioxide emissions.

When we move inside, we're greeted by an 8-inch touchscreen that we can call a bigger one. This multimedia screen with supports such as Bluetooth multi-link, Apple Car Play, Android Auto can display live traffic information, weather forecasts, fuel prices, street and streets.

Advanced driver support systems include pedestrian, vehicle and bike recognition system, driver attention warning system, blind spot collision warning system, blind spot collision prevention assistant, lane tracking system, intelligent cruise control and smart speed limit assistant features.

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