POWERFUL, PROGRESSIVE AND VERSATILE

THE ALL-NEW KIA SORENTO

Details, Specs & More

  • All-New Sorento sits at the heart of Kia’s comprehensive global SUV line-up
  • Stylish, modern exterior design, with a high quality, high-tech cabin
  • New platform accommodates hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains
  • Greater levels of space and comfort and a more enjoyable drive
  • Progressive connectivity and driver assistance features
  • New ‘Terrain Mode’ enhances all-wheel drive capability
  • On-sale in Europe from Q3 2020 with 7-Year, 100,000 mile warranty

The all-new Kia Sorento is revealed for the first time today. Powerful, progressive and versatile, the fourth generation of Kia’s flagship SUV is designed and engineered to take on everything life throws at it.

Raising standards in the midsize SUV class for space, efficiency and quality, it sits at the heart of Kia’s reinvigorated global SUV line-up, which also includes the Stonic, Seltos, Sportage and Telluride.

Emilio Herrera, Chief Operating Officer for Kia Motors Europe, comments: “The Sorento’s evolution over the last 18 years echoes that of the Kia brand as a whole. While the car was initially launched in 2002 as a utilitarian all-terrain vehicle, the fourth-generation Sorento has been transformed into something altogether more desirable. It is an important model for Kia, particularly now that it also represents the first use of electrified power in our flagship SUV.”

The Sorento’s redefined exterior design – with sharper lines, high-tech details, and elongated proportions – gives it a more confident and mature presence. Inside, its attractive cabin also introduces premium-quality materials, cutting-edge infotainment technologies, and a stunning new design.

The Sorento is the first vehicle to be based on Kia’s new-generation midsize SUV platform. Paired with a larger body to maximise cargo and luggage space, the platform ensure the Sorento is one of the most versatile and spacious three-row SUVs on the road.

Furthermore, the Sorento’s innovative interior packaging means it can offer all this while accommodating Kia’s new ‘Smartstream’ electrified powertrains – the first time that hybrid power has featured in the Sorento line-up. As a result, the new model offers greater fuel efficiency, lower emissions, and higher performance than its predecessors.

This will be Kia’s most high-tech car ever, thanks to its progressive connectivity, driver assistance and infotainment technologies. Its user-friendly twin digital displays deliver advanced graphics, new telematics features and smartphone connectivity.

A mainstay of Kia’s global line-up, more than three million Sorento models have been sold worldwide since it was launched in 2002. In that time, Europe has accounted for around 300,000 of these.

 All-New Kia Sorento

Body and chassis

Five-door, five (5P) or seven-seater (7P) SUV, with steel and aluminium unitary construction bodyshell. Diesel four-cylinder engine with eight-speed dual-clutch transmission or petrol four-cylinder turbo hybrid powertrain with six-speed automatic transmission driving the front (FWD) or all (AWD) wheels.

Powertrain

Diesel

  • 2.2-litre / 202 ps ‘Smartstream’ CRDi diesel
  • Type Four cylinder turbocharged in-line
  • Capacity 2.2-litres, 2,151 cc
  • Bore and stroke 83.0 x 99.4
  • Compression ratio 16.0:1
  • Max power 202 ps (148 kW) @ 3,800 rpm
  • Max torque 440 Nm (325 lb ft) @ 1,750-2,750 rpm
  • Valves 16 (four per cylinder)
  • Fuel system Common rail direct injection


Hybrid

  • 1.6-litre / 230 ps ‘Smartstream’ T-GDi hybrid
  • Type Four cylinder turbocharged in-line
  • Capacity 1.6-litres, 1,598 cc
  • Bore and stroke 7 5.6 x 89.0
  • Compression ratio 10.5:1
  • Max power 180 ps (132 kW) @ 5,500 rpm (engine only)
  • Max torque 265 Nm (195 lb ft) @ 1,500-4,500 rpm (engine only)
  • Valves 16 (four per cylinder)
  • Fuel system Gasoline direct injection