We’ve all read the rumors before, but typically not from as well established automotive journals as Motortrend, who recently posted; “Despite a nearly 30-year run, the Hyundai Sonata will not live past 2028, according to reports out of Korea. This news swirls in conjunction with rumors that Kia will also end production of the related
Sam CarLegion: 2022 Hyundai Elantra N DCT vs 2022 Kia Stinger GT, shocking result. Drag and Roll Race
Hyundai Motor Group has a new performance sedan under its tent. First there was the Stinger GT, Kia’s performance sedan “halo car.” Then there was Genesis’ G70, sharing the Stinger’s powertrain but shortening the wheelbase and cargo areas to create a somewhat more nimble and luxurious up-market alternative to the Kia. But what about Hyundai?
AutoEvolution website posted an article entitled “These Are the Cars Most People Are Currently Drooling Over.” The article reveals data compiled by Rivervale Leasing regarding which car models are most searched for on the internet. Among the most popular searches were Audi R8, Lamborghini Urus, BMW i8, Dodge Challenger, Ford Mustang, Nissan GT-R, Toyota Supra,
HotCars website has published an article of the top-10 sportiest looking cars currently on the market, under $50,000 USD. “Some cars are cute, others are sleek, but some are commanding and intimidating due to their aggressive looks. They are not just striking—they are angry-looking, and some drivers are even asking why.” Making the top-10 list
Car Buzz website has published their list of the ten quickest four-cylinder cars for 2022. Occupying four of the top-ten spots on this list were the following KDMs: Hyundai Veloster N (4.8 seconds) Hyundai Elantra N (5.0 Seconds) Kia Stinger (5.2 Seconds) Hyundai Kona N (5.2 Seconds) To read the article click here!
Never the one to shy away from a straight-line fight, Sam CarLegion has pitted many cars against his own nearly-stock Kia Stinger in the past. Yesterday however the Sam CarLegion YouTube channel dropped a video pitting a 700 hp Roush Mustang against a borrowed, modified, Canadian all-wheel-drive Kia Stinger GT (which he claims to be
The Alex on Autos YouTube channel has posted a video reviewing the 2022 Kia Stinger in comparison to Audi’s A5 sportback, BMW’s 4 series grand coupe, Dodge’s Charger, Toyota’s Camry and Avalon, Honda’s Accord, Nissan’s Maxima, Acura’s TLX and Infinit’s Q50. It seems to be one of the objectively fairer reviews. Have a friend interested
Stuff, a New Zealand based internet publication ran a headline yesterday, “Kia New Zealand’s electric future has no room for the Stinger.” “Kia has revealed details of its new ‘Plan S’, which will kick in next year and usher in the age of electrification for the brand. Plan S is a “bold new direction” for
Blue lights flashing and siren blaring, UK PS YouTube channel posted a video of a Meresyside Police Department Kia Stinger responding to a call for service.
May finds himself in the Majorcan hills and comes across a lovely 5km winding road. Here’s an idea: let’s race in a Kia Stinger GT against two professional longboarders (who can reach speeds of 75mph!). Who do you think will win?