Kia Stinger GT Gets to 60 in just 4.9 Seconds

by SpeedLux
Kia Stinger GT

There are numerous reasons that one should get thrilled about the Kia Stinger GT. For beginners, it’s a rear-wheel drive four-door packaging a brand new 3.3 twin-turbo V6. That engine creates 365 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque, which, according to Kia is efficient for a 0-62mph sprint in 4.9 seconds. Obviously the GT will likewise be available with all-wheel drive, along with a 2.0 turbo and a diesel engine in particular markets.

Returning to the range-topping GT version, if you believe 4.9 seconds is not that excellent, think about a Mercedes-AMG C43 sedan and an Audi S5 Sportback are only 0.2 seconds faster off the line, which is limited on the road, and ends up being even less of an element when you look at the cost difference between these cars. The Stinger GT is expected to cost below $50,000, and it’s no secret that Kia wished to produce a budget BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe.

That’s why the vehicle was developed at the Nürburgring under the instructions of none aside from Albert Biermann, the former VP of Engineering at BMW M. Remembering that, we anticipate this Kia to deal like no Korean automobile before. Possibly unsurprisingly, even R&T contributor/industry legend Bob Lutz ended up being a fan of this Kia at the Detroit Auto Show.

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