Intelligent Distribution of Power

All-wheel drive (AWD) Stinger models combine thrilling rear-drive motoring with all the rough-road and inclement-weather benefits of AWD. That means confident, carefree driving in almost any condition, including snowy, icy and wet roads.

Lambda 3.3 T-GDI engine

A twin turbocharger helps this top-of-the-line V-6 engine achieve considerable torque over a broad rpm range. The exhaust manifold is integrated with the cylinder head for added power, and an electronic thermostat helps provide precise temperature control.

Rear integrated diffuser

An integrated diffuser panel beneath the rear bumper helps to control airflow leaving the underside of the body, preventing the four exhaust pipes from creating drag under the car. 


The Science of Protection

Safety is an integral part of any vehicle’s performance, and the Stinger is engineered to prioritize driver and passenger protection above all else. Occupant protection is built into every aspect of the chassis and body, and was taken into account by Kia engineers as they optimized aerodynamics, performance, ride smoothness, and everything else that goes into creating an exceptional vehicle. The result is a thrilling five-door fastback sedan designed to offer an exceptional level of safety.

7 airbags

The brakes are tuned to work with the ABS and tires to reduce stopping distance, while maximizing stopping power and directional control while braking.

Knee airbag

The driver’s knee airbag is designed to minimize impact and injury to the driver’s lower extremities in the event of a collision.

Around View Monitor (AVM) with Parking Guidance

Using a waterproof rear camera and the 7-inch dash display, the rear view camera projects dynamic guidelines onto the image to recommend a path as the driver reverses.

Parking Distance Warning-Forward (PDW-F)

To help you park safely and confidently, PDW-F uses ultrasonic sensors mounted on the front and rear bumpers to warn of any obstacles. These warnings can help you position the wheels properly when maneuvering the Stinger into tight spaces.


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