4 Things Everyone in Automotive School Should Know About the 2020 KIA Stinger
Modern luxury sports sedans hardly get more impressive than this. The 2020 KIA Stinger offers drivers many things they look for in these types of cars from the inside out, and it’s a car with enough power, class and handling capabilities to go toe-to-toe with luxury cars of the same ilk from brands like Mercedes and Audi.
The South Korean auto manufacturer says their new Stinger model is a “perfect” mix between comfort and performance, and its features certainly back up that statement. Here’s what automotive school students should know about the 2020 KIA Stinger.
The 2020 Stinger’s Exterior Looks Sleek and Easy on the Eyes
Taking cues from European sports sedans of years past, the 2020 KIA Stinger is a stylish take on the concept, coming with a sophisticated unibody build. Coming in six colours (Atomic Blue, Aurora Black, California Red, Ghost Grey, Snow White Pearl, and Thunder Grey), its elegant hatchback styling, full-width sunroof and LED headlamps give it a strong balance between prestige and functionality. Although the Stinger’s strengths certainly aren’t limited to its exterior features, this is a book worth judging by its cover.
The Stinger’s Performance Capabilities Will Impress Automotive School Students
This isn’t a car that simply looks dazzling on the outside. In fact, its performance packs an even bigger punch. For one, drivers get an 8-speed automatic transmission, 376 lb-ft of torque, and 365 hp out of the 2020 Stinger.
Students in automotive school will also be intrigued by how its Brembo brakes give the car exceptional stopping capabilities, as well as its fuel consumption of 13.6L/9.6L per 100 km. It also comes equipped with a 3.3L V6 twin-turbo engine.
The Stinger’s All-Wheel Drive Features are Robust and Powerful
Coming with a standard AWD system and a choice of five drive modes, auto mechanic school students should also know that the 2020 KIA Stinger helps drivers more easily navigate bad elements and slippery roads.
More specifically, its All-Wheel Drive features allow drivers to maneuver power between different wheels via Torque Vectoring Control. This gives them the ability to improve the car’s performance by adjusting features like handling and speed without allocating too much power to a specific wheel and causing slippage, which is particularly important while driving in winter.
The Interior and Safety Features Are Also Excellent
Known for their high-standard UVO infotainment system in other models, KIA delivers that and more with their interior features. In particular, it allows smartphone integration, offers an 8.0” display for their GT Limited variant, and boasts impeccable sound quality through its 15-speaker, 720-watt Harman Kardon audio system.
The 2020 Stinger’s Heads-Up Display gives drivers advance warning for when and where they have to turn, and helps them stay focused on their surroundings. The car’s interior also comes with leather seats (with the front seats heated), 12-way power adjustable seats, and heated power tilt/telescopic steering wheels.
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