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2017 Kia Sportage “runs wild” at the LA Auto Show

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On the opening day of the highly anticipated Los Angeles Auto Show, Kia Motors presented a selection of its finely crafted vehicles to the crowds. In step with this year’s theme “Running Wild,” Kia’s booth featured high performance cars including the all-new Optima, Sorento and K900 (Quoris), all well-suited for letting loose. Of particular note, the all-new 2017 Sportage took center stage for its official North American debut.



The all-new Sportage which made its global premiere at the Frankfurt Motor show in September boasts distinctive and refined enhancements that make it an appealing choice in the compact CUV segment. Now entering its fourth generation, its innovative design contributes to a distinctively sporty aesthetic and cutting edge functionality. With a strong high-strength steel foundation paired with a sharply detailed body and an upscale interior made of soft and luxurious materials, the new Sportage is simultaneously bold and aggressive as well as refined and sophisticated.

The Sportage also possesses enhanced handling and steering performance and updated driver assistance features that boost safety and the overall driving experience.




▶ The all new Sportage design story

▶ Find out more about the fourth-generation Sportage




In addition to the Sportage, the beautifully customized cars of the 2015 SEMA show also made an appearance. Capturing the spirit of the American road trip, the SEMA vehicles were“running wild” throughout the event.

Take a tour of the Kia booth below and keep an eye out for more photo and video updates from Kia Motors at the LA Auto Show, which will continue until November 29, 2015.



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