The 2018 Kia Rio is simply ravishing
The Kia Rio is a B-segment offering from the Korean manufacturer that has been in production since 2000 and is currently in its third-generation. Rivaling the likes of the Ford Fiesta, the Rio is an important vehicle for the brand and one that is determined to change perceptions.
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Weeks before its global unveil at the upcoming Paris Motor Show, Kia has pulled the veil off its fourth-generation 2018 Kia Rio, and truth be told, it’s ravishing! With a wheelbase of 2,580mm, complemented by an extra 15mm added to its length and 5mm to its width, the 2018 Kia Rio has ditched the bulbous proportions of its predecessor for a much sleeker appearance.
Designed at Kia centers in Korea, California, and Germany, the all-new Rio flaunts the latest evolution of the iconic tiger-nose grille, a longer hood, longer front overhangs and shorter rear overhangs. Within the cabin, the 2018 Kia Rio welcomes a more ergonomic layout and appears to be wider due to the horizontal contour that runs the length of the dashboard.
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Further details, pertaining to the likes of the safety features on board and the engine line-up, will be made public at the Paris Motor Show on September 29th 2016.