Kia is bringing its all new Rio subcompact to the Geneva Motor Show in the beginning of March. The latest car boasts a far slicker exterior design than the current Rio, and brings it in line with the rest of the South Korean company passenger model range.
Kia only released exterior photos, but say that for its interior, it will deliver a high level of quality previously associated with larger models.
Soon-Nam Lee, Director of Overseas Marketing for Kia, commented: “This new model is a big step forward. The Rio has always been successful, and with this new incarnation we have a car that people will want to buy for its looks.”
The new Rio will go on sale in Europe as a 5-door model this fall.
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