The new Kia Cadenza comes with a new design and a lot of improvements to the interior. Advanced technology and safety features have also been added. The car will be available in two trim levels: Premium and Limited.
As standard, the new Cadenza comes equipped with a twelve-way power driver’s seat and a new eight-way power adjustable passenger seat. Paying extra 3,300 dollars for the technology package will add a new Rear Cross Traffic Alert system, Advanced Smart Cruise Control System, Lane Departure Warning, an electronic parking brake and water-shedding Hydrophobic windshield glass.
The higher-spec variant Cadenza Limited gets a revised grille. Other highlights include chrome interior trim, a new analog clock design, a 360-degree Surround View Monitor for easier maneuvering and parking, the programmable Flex Steer system and LED lightning elements.
It is reported that both Cadenza models will be powered by the 3.3-litre direct-injected V6 engine rated at 293 hp and the transmission will be a six-speed automatic.
Pricing for the Cadenza Premium starts at 35,700 dollars, while the Cadenza Limited has a base price of 44,600 dollars.