New Kia Flagship Sedan Sketch

This is what the new flagship saloon by Kia Motors will look like.

It’s a high-end luxury sedan by the Korean car maker called the KH for now, and it’s exclusively designed for the Korean market. A version of it might make it to the US and Europe as well. It is Kia’s first ever rear-wheel drive sedan and combines innovative design with high-tech features.

The design concept behind KH is ’distinctive, modern and classic’, which is expressed through sophisticated, technically-advanced elements combined with Kia’s existing dynamic design language to create a vehicle that truly stands out from its competitors. It’s a good car, but definitely not up to the European standards.


Kia press release:

The new model features a bold front-end design appropriate to a luxury car.  Kia’s charismatic family-look radiator grille is flanked by modern headlamps that reinforce the brand’s innovative challenger image, and the proportions of the unique hood design give KH a classic car-like feel.

KH’s profile, which was a key focus for Kia’s designers during development, features a simple side character line to give a feeling of spaciousness while emphasizing the new model’s bold and dynamic image.  The high-tech rear combination lamp clusters, plus the luxurious, bold chrome accent give KH a sophisticated and stable rear view.

Soon-Nam Lee, Kia’s Director of the Overseas Marketing Group, says, “Our all-new flagship sedan integrates all of our key capabilities such as design, performance, high-tech features and infotainment into one striking model.

“Although launch timings for those overseas markets it will go to are yet to be confirmed, this all-new rear-wheel drive large sedan will definitely become the leading model of our global line-up, showcasing the best of the best of Kia.”

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