2020 Kia Forte GT Sport Trims

2020 Kia Forte GT Sport Trims

2020 Kia Forte GT Sport Trims

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PERFORMANCE ENHANCED 2020 FORTE GT WITH TURBOCHARGED ENGINE BOWS AT SEMA SHOW
10/30/18 ID: 14613

PERFORMANCE ENHANCED 2020 FORTE GT WITH TURBOCHARGED ENGINE BOWS AT SEMA SHOW

At the show that brings together an eclectic mix of wild concepts, high-horsepower muscle cars, and uber lifted trucks, Kia Motors America (KMA) is excited to unveil the 2020 Forte GT, marking the introduction of two exhilarating GT sport trims new to the Forte family of compact sedans. Race-inspired visual upgrades and added premium amenities are just some of the elements that come as part of the GT sport trims, though an available turbocharged engine and sportier suspension setup take the Forte’s performance and fun-to-drive athleticism to the next level.
KIA BRINGS HEART-POUNDING HORSEPOWER, ATHLETIC LUXURY AND NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN VEHICLES TO THE 2018 SEMA SHOW
10/30/18 ID: 14603

KIA BRINGS HEART-POUNDING HORSEPOWER, ATHLETIC LUXURY AND NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN VEHICLES TO THE 2018 SEMA SHOW

Following the surprising appearance of Kia’s newest SUV, the upcoming Telluride, at this year’s New York Fashion Week , the brand known for taking chances returns to SEMA with an outdoor activation that’s bigger and better than ever, eclipsing Kia’s 2017 SEMA drifting experience. Designed as a thrill ride for those brave enough to jump into the passenger seats of four highly-modified Tellurides, Kia’s 2018 “Torque Track,” located just outside the sprawling Las Vegas Convention Center (Orange lot), promises to leave a lasting impression and will be running through Thursday. The custom off-road course puts these Tellurides through their paces, including a jump, mountain climb and water incursion - all showcasing their off-roading potential. Meanwhile, back by popular demand, professional Formula Drift drivers will provide ride-alongs, granting those with an adrenaline addiction the opportunity to be pinned against Stinger GT’s race-inspired seats. Drivers will effortlessly slide customized Stinger GTs around corners and launch the cars from 0-to-60 mph before bringing them to a full stop with the vehicles’ high-performance Brembo brakes.

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