The Kia VG Sedan was first seen at the Seoul Auto Show 2009, under the KND-5 Concept badge. The vehicle is expected to be launched in Korea during the month of November. It is scheduled to be unveiled in the United States in 2010, replacing the existing Opirus/Amanti Sedan. The 2010 Kia VG car will be brought out in all Korean, North American and European markets excluding the United Kingdom.
The exterior of the Kia VG Concept has a sleek profile and sophisticated but simple rear lines that give it an elegant and luxurious appearance. The Kia VG Sedan will be powered by Hyundai’s Theta four-cylinder mill, or the company’s Lambda 3.5-liter V6 mated to a six-speed transmission.
The product version of the Kia VG Concept Car is expected to have 20-inch large-diameter alloy wheels. When it comes to measurements, the Kia VG Sedan will be 4,945mm long, 1,850mm wide and 1,475mm high with a wheelbase of 2,845mm.
The 2010 Kia VG Sedan is targeting the already crowded mid-size sedan market and is expected to be priced at a cost of around $26,000 in the United States.