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Looks fast. Drives faster.

Revealed at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show, the GT4 Stinger is another bold concept car courtesy of Kia’s Southern California design studio.

It’s a rear-drive sports car that features a 315 horsepower turbo engine and a 6-speed manual gearbox. And, in just one glance, you can sense what it was designed to do: deliver a superb driving experience that would likely turn quite a few heads in the process.






Design: accelerating past sports car clichés.

What goes into designing a sports car like the GT4 Stinger? Go behind the scenes with the Kia Design Team as they take  you inside the thinking that went into making a sports car that’s a brave departure for Kia and sports cars in general.




Design, Part 2: from rough sketch to auto show standout.Minimal and pure. Low and wide. The Kia Design team takes you deeper into the process of designing a fresh take on the sports car. The team sought to retain the basic elements sports car aficionados appreciate: a true connection to the driving experience. And that’s exactly what the GT4 Stinger delivers.  





Features & Specs

  • 2.0-liter I4 turbo: 315 hp
  • 6-speed manual gearbox
  • Rear wheel drive
  • 20” aluminum wheels with carbon inserts shod with Pirelli P Zero™  tires 235 / 35ZR20 front and 275 / 35ZR20 rear
  • Brakes are Brembo Gran Turismo 2-piece, 4-piston 15” drilled discs
  • Quick ratio manual steering rack for ultimate feel and feedback 
  • 52 percent front / 48 percent rear weight distribution
  • Weight: 2874 lb.
  • Double wishbone suspension
  • Length: 170 in.
  • Width: 74 in.
  • Height: 49 in.
  • Wheelbase: 103 in.




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