2017 Kia Cerato Koup Turbo Review & Specs – Kia is going after a completely new target audience (in Melbourne) with the release of a match of turbocharged, high performance-focused models in the arriving months. The cars in concern are the Kia Cerato Koup Turbo (sold as Forte Koup SX in the USA) and the Pro_cee’d GT.The aim of the Korean automaker is to expand their charm as well as get individuals to think of them as a company that delivers performance derivatives of their favorite cars. Kia Australia’s principal running representative, Tony Barlow, spoke to the automotive mass media in Modern Australia and told that he thinks both vehicles will have a positive impact on the recognized character that previously exists for Kia.
The first car to come in showrooms will be the Kia Cerato Koup, a 3-door front-wheel drive that will show up in October. The coupe will be accessible with either a 1.6L turbocharged four-cylinder engine (150kW of power at 6000rpm, and 264Nm of torque from 1750-4500rpm) or a normally aspirated 2.0L four-cylinder engine. The Kia Pro_cee’d GT, which will be brought in from Slovakia, Europe will employ the same 1,6L T-GDI turbocharged engine as used in the Cerato Koup.
The coming of these two performance vehicles is a sure indication that Kia is using strides in the direction of the creation of a lot more performance-orientated vehicles. The extended rumored GT concept may now very well be the next performance model that enters into production.