While the Kia Cadenza doesn’t have the size, the stance or the power of the K900, its front-wheel-drive architecture makes it stable in winter driving and its entry price of $38,195 makes it a sure value.
The Cadenza was initially launched in 2014. The manufacturer is about to unveil a new version of it, and released the first teaser shots of the 2017 Cadenza.
Right now, it’s too early to tell if it’s a restyling or an all-new generation. However, we immediately see the characteristic styling of Kia products: the headlights and the front grille look like those found on the new Sorento and Optima, while the fog lights are reminiscent of the K900.
According to Kia, the interior will be more luxurious than ever. Seeing what we get on the current Cadenza, we can’t wait to see what the next iteration will bring to the table.
There currently isn't any technical data for the new Cadenza, but the current version uses a 3.3-litre V6 pumping out 293 horsepower, sent through a six-speed automatic gearbox on their way to the front wheels, and we can expect the next Cadenza to use some something similar.