Since the last month, Kia is the process of slowly revealing its upcoming car the Kia K8, Kia first revealed the images of its new K8 sedan, then after a few days in early March the company revealed its interior images and now Kia has finally revealed all the specification of it K8 sedan.

Lets first know what all has been revealed about the K8 till now, talking about the dimensions and designing of the car, the new K8 just sits above the 5-meter length segment with the exact length of 5,015 mm and with this long length, the car also comes with a long list of designing features like a seamless tiger-nose grille with diamond mesh design, stylish and sleek looking headlamps with LED DRLs, character lines at the sides, strong a single body Y-shaped taillight design, chrome tip twin exhausts, a coupe roofline and dual-tone diamond-cut alloy wheels.

For the interior, the new K8 gets a joined screen 12-inch infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay support and a same-sized fully digital instrument cluster, a 14 speaker Meridian audio system, panoramic sunroof, ventilated seats, a 360-degree parking camera and many other standard features.

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The main highlight of this specification reveal was the Kia K8’s 3.5 litre V6 turbo petrol engine which can produce up to max power of 300 PS and a max torque output of 359Nm. Other than that, the Kia K8 is also available in two more variants first being a 3.5-litre V6 hybrid LPI engine which will be producing a power output of 240 PS and a max torque of 314 Nm, and the other being the 2.5-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine producing a max power output of 197 PS and max torque output of 248 Nm, mated with a standard 8-speed automatic transmission gearbox. However, only the top variant gets the option of an all-wheel-drive with the front-wheel drive being the standard option.

The all-new Kia K8 will go on sale starting next month in its home country South Korea and later going international, however, the company hasn’t revealed that will this car be introduced in the US or Indian markets.

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