The Kia Ceed range has received bold and contemporary enhancements, including dynamic and athletic design accents. The five-door hatchback reveals an entirely redesigned front-end, sporty updates to the rear, restyled alloys and refreshed body colours and interior. The range will also be available with new powertrains and transmissions.
From the outside, the rejuvenated exterior speaks of vitality, creating a contemporary and dynamic stance. A completely redesigned front-end features Kia's new logo, a simplified graphic of the company name that reflects the ethos 'movement that inspires'. Special attention has been given to make each variant (entry-level, PHEV, GT-line and GT) more unique and distinct from each other.
The iconic tiger-nose grille, which makes the Ceed a recognizable Kia, is upgraded to a black gloss finish with satin chrome upper and lower wing-shaped garnish for a sleek and modern appearance. PHEV models feature a closed grille with a striking finish in contrasting colours. To the sides, two large side air intakes shoot through the front bumper creating the sportier look.
New full LED headlamps have been introduced on all Ceed models and variants featuring daytime running lights for added road presence and safety. Three arrow shaped modules surround an integrated LED fog light and high/low beam modules. These daytime running lights (DLR) also act as the Ceed’s turn signals.
Keeps you centred and on course in your lane. The LFA system utilizes the windshield camera in order to monitor lane markings or the leading vehicle to make sure your Ceed remains centred in your lane. Available for all models with a manual or automatic DCT gearbox.
The new Kia Ceed makes comfort a priority – whatever the weather outside. The front seats can be heated on cold days. Featuring three adjustable settings, the front seats warm up quickly and then level off after the desired temperature is reached. Plus there is fully automatic dual zone climate control.
Technology that helps you stay alert and on course. The system notices if you’re losing concentration by monitoring the pattern of the steering wheel, acceleration and overall length of the journey.
Extra power for low-emission driving with no plug-in recharging needed. By cleverly pairing a diesel engine with a 48-volt lithium-ion battery, Kia’s mild hybrid system in Ceed can reduce fuel consumption and vehicle emission levels. What’s more, the integrated ‘e-system’ recovers kinetic energy during deceleration phases to provide torque assistance when accelerating.
Battery power helps the engine work more quietly, adding torque and using less fuel. The engine is started by the ‘e-system’ to ensure a prompt and smooth start. During acceleration or uphill driving, the ‘e-system’ provides torque assistance by taking energy from the battery. When cruising at constant speed, the combustion engine partially recharges the battery if the charge level is low.
Mild hybrid technology lowers fuel costs and emissions with no extra effort to you! On models with iMT 4 , when you lift your foot from the throttle and let the car coast the engine switches off, resulting in fuel savings. When decelerating or braking, the energy generated by the vehicle motion recharges the battery. When decelerating to a stop, the combustion engine turns off automatically to save fuel.
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