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Two-doors? Forget them, says Kia
News
3rd Oct 2018
2 min read

Two-doors? Forget them, says Kia

Kia may be billed as a youthful and ‘fun’ brand, but one thing it has no plans to offer along these lines is a mainstream two-door coupe or hatch. Two of its top designers this week said such a product was definitively off the radar. Case in point is the new ProCeed ‘Shooting Brake’ wagon launched in Paris this week to replace the pro_cee’d three-door. Head designer of Kia Europe, Gregory Guillaume, told the tale of how the car was axed, then revived once two extra doors were added.
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Mike Costello
CarAdvice podcast 118: The man who put an R32 V6 engine into a Kombi
Audi RS3 2018, ŠKODA KODIAQ 2018, Volkswagen Golf 2008 r32
podcast
31st Aug 2018

CarAdvice podcast 118: The man who put an R32 V6 engine into a Kombi

Joining Mandy Turner this week is Mike Stevens and Scott Collie. In car news, Jaguar Land Rover has designed a self-driving pod with 'virtual eyes', Honda has decided to take a step back from electric cars, Audi has halted production of the RS3, and the 2019 Kia ProCeed has been teased. Scott talks about our long-termer, the 2018 Skoda Kodiaq 132TSI Sportline, and what the rest of the office thought of it.
2019 Kia ProCeed teased
News
29th Aug 2018
1 min read

2019 Kia ProCeed teased

The rear of the new Kia ProCeed has been teased ahead of its unveiling on September 13, European time. Although previous generations of the Pro_Cee'd were three-door hatchbacks, the new model loses an underscore and an apostrophe, but gains two doors to become a shooting brake. Kia claims the new car will combine "stunning design with the space and versatility of a [wagon]", and will follow the "design blueprint" of the 2017 Kia Proceed concept.
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Derek Fung
Kia channels Peter Pan in new 'boundless for all' campaign - video
News
8th May 2018
1 min read

Kia channels Peter Pan in new 'boundless for all' campaign - video

Car manufacturers have a knack for stretching to create interesting metaphors for their technology. Kia is no stranger to creative marketing campaigns, having featured Stephen Tyler in a Benjamin Button-style Stinger commercial earlier this year.
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Scott Collie
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