South Korean car giant Kia has announced that it is ready to show off both its new pro_cee’d GT and cee’d GT vehicles at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.
As such, the two models will make their world premieres upon grand platforms at the prestigious motoring exhibition on March 5th 2013.
Both the Kia pro_cee’d GT and Kia cee’d GT have been designed on European soil under the watchful eye of the manufacturer’s president and chief design officer, Peter Schreyer.
As such, the two vehicles share plenty of impressive features. For example, both cars have been decorated in bold athletic styling and come packed with unique arrangements of LED daytime running lights.
On the outside of the new pro_cee’d GT and cee’d GT models, motorists will also be able to admire stylish dual-exhaust pipes and the addition of 18-inch alloy wheels.
Step inside either of these cars and drivers will be able to get comfortable in sporty Recaro seats, while a vigorous ride is guaranteed through the inclusion of striking red brake calipers.
On the topic of guaranteeing a thrilling commute every time, Kia is fitting a new turbocharged 1.6-litre GDI petrol engine under the bonnet of both its pro_cee’d GT and cee’d vehicles.
As well as the ability to produce up to 201bhp and a maximum torque of 265Nm through a six-speed manual transmission, the cars are also able to jump to 62mph from a standstill in a blistering 7.9 seconds.
Following their showings at this year’s Geneva Motor Show in March, the newest additions to the Kia cee’d family will go into production in Slovakia during May and then launch across the UK in the latter half of 2013.
To fill the gap between now and then, motorists can drive away with the Kia Sportage 1.7 CRDi 1 five-door Diesel Estate for just £189.99 per month.
Such an attractive business contract hire deal is presented to a vehicle that can deliver attractive fuel economy in the form of 54.3mpg and the ability to hit 62mph from rest in 11.9 seconds.
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