Mark the dates in your calendar people, the all-new Kia Sorento will finally premiere at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show in March. Okay, okay – that may not sound like the most exciting news in the world, but have a look at those official sketches above…
They would certainly suggest that the Sorento is about to get a whole lot better looking, right? Designer sketches are hard to trust of course, but it looks as though the fourth generation of Kia’s seven-seat SUV has picked up an attitude.
The Sorento is a big-seller for Kia – three million of the things have been shifted since its launch in 2002 – and it’s the brand’s flagship SUV in most markets. America gets the lovely-looking Telluride though, and there’s a definite family resemblance here.
The interior looks like it’ll get an even bigger upgrade too. The current gen Sorento is ergonomic and easy to navigate inside, but this new one will be far more premium and up-to-date.
Kia also says that the new Sorento will be the first car based on its new midsize SUV platform, and that it’ll get new advanced driver assist systems and all the connectivity you could ever need.
What do you reckon folks? An improvement on Kia’s current design?