With a launch window to the 2020s, Kia has once again reinvented the interior of its newest car, the Kia STinger.
While the new interior features a new set of seats, the new bodywork looks almost exactly the same as before, with a large grille, grille-less side windows and a rear grille with an elongated tailgate.
The cabin also retains the same shape and size as before.
The new interior will be available for a limited time in limited quantities at select Kia dealerships starting at $25,000.
The interior of the STinger, the successor to the previous model launched in 2011, was an integral part of the Kias success.
The STinger was the first to offer a full-sized touchscreen, which was available on the previous Kia models.
The touchscreen was a huge step forward, and was one of the reasons the new car was the fastest selling sedan in the world.
The new Kias new STinger will also be the first Kia to offer three-point seatbelts, which were previously only available on older models.
As you’d expect, the STingsons new seatbelits feature three-dimensional foam pads, rather than the traditional seat-belts of previous models.
This will allow for more stability and improved comfort.
The updated cabin is one of Kia’s main selling points, and it continues that philosophy by offering a redesigned interior with the same feel and style as the STingers predecessor.
The interior is very similar to the STs interior, but the new design offers a slightly different set of seating options.
The STs cabin will feature new and improved infotainment features including a touchscreen, a digital instrument cluster, and more.
The seats and trunk will also receive new leather and aluminum trim, and the interior is a completely redesigned.
The most significant new features are the addition of a navigation system that will be integrated into the center console, and a digital steering wheel that will come standard on the ST’s new 2017 model year.
The system includes three different functions: map, infotaxis, and driver.
The navigation system includes a map that shows the most important locations and routes, and can be accessed by pressing the center button on the center display panel.
A digital infotaxic display is located in the center-back and shows all information including distance, speed, speed limits, and weather.
A driver mode, which is the system’s primary function, displays lane information and speed.
The steering wheel is now a touchscreen with voice control.
The navigation system on the 2017 Kias will be similar to that of the older Kias, which featured a full touchscreen and navigation function.
The 2017 Kia will also offer a new adaptive cruise control, which will allow the car to be steered by the driver’s hands.
The 2017 Kis will also feature a fully digital instrument panel.
This new panel is located on the dashboard.
The center-display screen is now located above the instrument cluster and offers a digital compass, speedometer, and brake pedal.
The instrument cluster in the new STs new cabin is a very large screen, which allows the driver to see and select all of the vehicle’s functions.
The screen is located directly above the driver seat, and is accessed by holding down the center and right buttons on the steering wheel.
The display also displays all available infotonic functions, including engine, climate control, speed and distance.
The instrument cluster also features a large compass with a sun map and compass reading, and an altitude reading.
The driver can also switch between the navigation screen and infotactic screen by pressing a single button on either side of the screen.
The center screen in the 2017 STs instrument cluster is also large and full of information.
It includes information like the time and the weather, and offers weather information and a new way to enter your destination.
The large display also shows the car’s speed and the current speed, as well as current fuel economy, and fuel consumption.
The steering wheel, now the center of attention in the ST, is a touchscreen that provides a navigation function and can display the vehicle speed, current speed and current fuel consumption as well.
The digital display is still located below the instrument panel and offers infotactics information.
The dashboard on the new 2017 Ks offers information like distance, current distance, and speed, and features maps for the following: speed, fuel economy and the distance from the center to your destination, and wind direction.
The 2016 Kia was the last car Kias offered in the premium sedan class, and that was a significant change from the previous years.
It was the beginning of a transition away from premium vehicles and toward more mainstream models.
However, Kias continued to offer some premium cars, including the new Stinger, and those cars are now available for sale in more mainstream trim.
The 2018 Kia