The redesign of provided Serrato 2022
In the United States following the global release calendar. The mid-size sedan is manufactured in Nuevo Le (n (Mexico), from where it is also imported into Brazil. Here, the new Serrato is expected in 2022.
The mid-size sedan gets the same visual update from South Korea, which makes its style more relaxed and elegant, betting less on sporting ability. This feature is most evident by the shape of the headlights, which are narrower and receive newer LED strips. The front grille has been made smaller in the form of a “tiger nose” following a different lineup from Kia’s latest global releases.
On the back, the Cerado
Receives new LED signatures on incandescent lights, creating a three-dimensional effect. The bumper was also replaced, now incorporating the reverse lights. Blue Mineral introduces new 17 rim wheels and unprecedented color in the 2022 line of Korean sedans.
The cabin of the Serrado 2022 has new multimedia hubs, 8 inches for entry-level models and 10.2 inches for more. Both systems feature Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for smartphones. A 10.2-inch screen is also installed on the front of the driver as a configurable instrument panel on more expensive models. For entry-level models, Kia installed a somewhat digital cluster.
Most versions include a dual-zone digital air conditioning and induction cell phone charger. Kia operates the electronic parking brake, pedestrian detector, blind spot sensor and ramp start assistant.
Kia has produced four versions for the Serrato in the United States: FE, LXS, GT-Line and GT. The first three 2.0-aspirated engines produce 149 hp and 18.2 kph of torque. The GT version, with a 1.6 turbo engine producing 204 hp and 27 kph of torque, is mated to an automatic 7-speed gearbox.
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