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2017 Kia Cadenza news, pictures, specifications, and information

SECOND-GENERATION CADENZA BOASTS LUXURY REFINEMENTS WITH EXPRESSIVE STYLING

◾Second-Generation Cadenza Boasts Luxury Refinements wîth Expressive Styling, Advanced Technology, and Refined Powertrain
◾Stronger, lighter and more rigid body structure delivers a more enjoyable driving experience
◾All-new Cadenza takes its sophistication to greater heights wîth beautifully crafted interior
◾Kia's first FWD eight-speed automatic transmission improves driving dynamics and efficiency

IRVINE, Calif. – August 16, 2016 – The all-new 2017 Cadenza arrives to market wîth higher levels of luxury, technology and convenience than its predecessor, and it comes wrapped in a beautiful, bold design inspired by the simplicity of the straight line. The second-generation Cadenza boasts a stronger body structure and powertrain enhancements along wîth a more engaging driving experience than before.

'The new Cadenza adds an extra dose of excitement to the large-car §egmènt wîth its striking looks and premium refinements,' said Orth Hedrick, vice president of product planning, Kia Motors America. 'The Cadenza's cabin has been improved in early every way, but it's underneath where the Cadenza truly shines wîth a stiffer and lighter chassis, eight-speed transmission and vastly improved driving dynamics.'

Elegant and Confident Exterior
Designed at Kia's California design studio, birthplace of the unforgettable Track'ster and GT4 Stinger concepts as well as the iconic Soul, the Cadenza's high-end image exudes confidence and modernity. It all starts wîth Kia Chief Design Officer Peter Schreyer's oft-quoted philosophy focusing on 'the simplicity of the straight line,' defined by a single gestural contour that spans the length of the car, creating its sleek profile. This lineation visually links matching Z-shaped lighting signatures in the headlights and LED tail lights, affording the all-new Cadenza a more distinctive road presence, day or night.

Head on, the Cadenza is more expressive thanks to the newly designed front fascia. While the signature Kia 'tiger nose' grille is still an unmistakable design trait, it has evolved into a new hexagonal shape that emphasizes the Cadenza's visual width wîth lines extending underneath the headlights. But the more substantial change to the front end is the distinct concave grille, which curves in toward the engine bay, giving the Cadenza its handsomely chiseled face.

Vital Stats
Engine : 3.3 L., 6-cylinder
Power: 290 hp
Torque: 253 ft-lbs

8-speed Automatic
Únlike other cars in the §egmènt, the Cadenza is available wîth two different grilles. Lower trim models will come wîth the 'Diamond Butterfly' front grille that features the same three-dimensional pattern as several siblings within the Kia lineup, but wîth its own unique appearance thanks to the curved form. Higher trim models will come wîth the 'Intaglio' grille, featuring vertically oriented, faceted blades.


LED technology within newly designed 'piano key' taillights add to the Cadenza's striking appearance, as it creates visual depth while also complementing the Z-shape lighting signature. Other thoughtful details include tasteful chrome garnishes in all the right places such as on the trunklid, side mirrors, and rear quarter windows, while chrome side molding lends to the Cadenza's sleeker profile.

While the new Cadenza has the same overall length as the outgoing model, it's slightly wider and lower in height. The wheelbase has been stretched slightly, contributing to nearly a half-inch of increased legroom for rear passengers. Achieving Cadenza's sportier profile was achieved by extending the roofline rearward more than two inches, while maintaining rear headroom and slightly improving trunk space.

Exquisitely Comfortable Interior Space
The interior is thoughtfully redesigned wîth higher quality materials than the preceding model and higher levels of craftsmanship throughout. Like the exterior, the Cadenza's soft interior contours are offset by sheared surfaces. Kia designers visually widened the Cadenza's interior space wîth a wraparound dashboard that flows into the door panels and features real stitching. The door panels themselves have been adorned wîth higher quality soft-touch materials, while soft leather envelopes the Cadenza's cabin space. Nappa leather trim is available wîth quilted seat bolsters accented by diamond-shaped stitching. For 2017, buyers have greater opportunity to customize their Cadenza, as a dark brown leather trim interior color has been added, bringing the total number of color combinations to four. Like the outgoing model, the White Package remains an option, but has been upgraded wîth a new black wood-grain-style trim finished wîth a pearlescent sheen.

Úsing 3D printed components, improvements were made throughout the cabin to ensure a more engaging driving experience. Early in the design process, 3D printed components provided a sense of how parts feel and respond to the human touch. The driver's seat has been lowered for a sportier and more stable feeling, while engineers extended the seat cushion slightly and developed an innovative cushion extension mechanism that slides and rotates, making it easier for drivers to find their comfort zone behind the wheel. The heating elements used for the seat warmers have been reengineered to more evenly distribute warmth, and as a Kia first, seat heaters now utilize a smart control system to automatically lower the heater operating mode after a certain period of time.

The Driving Experience
The 2017 Cadenza is built upon a strong foundation wîth a body structure composed of more than 50 percent Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS) — more than twice the amount used in the outgoing model, while a driver's knee airbag brings the total number of airbags in the vehicle to nine.

Bolstering the new Cadenza are cutting-edge driver assistance features1 such as Advanced Smart Cruise Control wîth stop-and-go functionality, Forward Collision Warning, Autonomous Emergency Braking, and Lane Departure Warning. Another Kia first is the Smart Blind Spot Detection System1 which is designed to sense unintentional drifting toward an adjacent vehicle and automatically brakes the opposite side front wheel to help maintain the vehicle's intended course.

Side body panels are stronger and feature increased tensile strength steel to improve Cadenza's dent resistance. With an increased use of structural adhesive and hot-stamped components, structural stiffness has been increased by more than 35 percent, helping improve driving dynamics. Thanks to the use of aluminum instead of steel in areas like the front §teering knuckles, the overall chassis is lighter, while larger bushings on the front and rear subframes improve lateral stiffness and NVH characteristics. Further improving the ride are Amplitude Selective Damping (ASD) shock absorbers that maximize ride comfort without sacrificing stability in addition to a Hydraulic Rebound Stopper (HRS), which works to provide a smoother ride over harsh or broken surfaces. The retuned suspension has improved the Cadenza's lift coefficient (the up-and-down forces exerted on a moving vehicle), resulting in better high-speed stability and handling. Steering is more responsive than before wîth better on-center feel thanks to a new 32-bit Electronic Control Únit (ECÚ), replacing the 16-bit processor in the outgoing model.

The 2017 Cadenza's confident ride and handling are complemented by improvements in NVH. Additional acoustic absorbing laminate in the front windows and windshield reduces wind noise, while a full floorpan undercover quells road noise. Together wîth increased insulation around the A-pillars, NVH levels have been substantially reduced, resulting in a more serene cabin. The floorpan undercover also helps improve the Cadenza's aerodynamic performance, along wîth front wheel air curtains that reduce drag around the tires. Overall, the coefficient of drag has improved from 0.29 to 0.28.

Newly designed standard 18-inch alloy wheels are wrapped in P245/45R18 tires while the available 19-inch alloy wheels are shod wîth aggressive P245/40R19 Michelin®2 tires. Behind the wheels, larger brake rotors improve overall braking performance and feel, wîth the front brakes increased from 11 to 12 inches, and the rears having grown marginally from 11 to 11.1 inches.

Harmonious and Modern Cockpit
Brimming wîth technology, the cockpit is designed to provide a more harmonious human-machine interface wîth ergonomically intelligent design, intuitive controls, and a suite of enhanced convenience features that make the driving experience enjoyable and effortless. New to the 2017 Cadenza is the Head Úp Display (HÚD)3, which shows key driver information such as speed and turn-by-turn navigation directions on the windshield directly in the driver's line of sight. In addition, the Surround View Monitor1 has been updated wîth improved software and resolution that gives the driver a clearer birds-eye view of the area around the vehicle, wîth newly added reverse guidelines inspiring greater confidence when backing into confined spaces. Other features new to the Cadenza include Smart Trunk, which conveniently opens the trunk lid if the sensor detects the key fob for more than three seconds, and a wireless smartphone charger. The latest generation of Kia's ÚVO system featuring Android AutoTM4 and Apple CarPlayTM5 is standard, while a 12-speaker 630-watt Harman/Kardon® audio system featuring Clari-Fi™6 music restoration technology is an option.

Efficient and Durable Performance

Únder the hood is a revised version of Kia's 3.3-liter V6 engine, which has been retuned for improved fuel economy7. With 290 horsepower and 253 lb-ft. of torque on tap, the engine sends power to the front wheels via Kia's first FWD-based eight-speed automatic transmission. (posted on conceptcarz.com) The newly developed transmission is highly efficient, providing quick and crisp shifts for a more engaging driving experience through the available column-mounted paddles. Despite having two extra cogs, the eight-speed transmission, which was designed in-house, is lighter than the unit in the outgoing model.

Kia engineers also focused on durability and reliability during the development of the all-new Cadenza. Running the V6 at full power and under full-load conditions for 41 consecutive days equates to more than 100,000 miles of real-world use, providing owners wîth the confidence that the 2017 Cadenza is built for the long haul.

About Kia Motors America
Kia Motors America (KMA) is the marketing and distribution arm of Kia Motors Corporation based in Seoul, South Korea KMA proudly serves as the 'Official Automotive Partner' of the NBA and LPGA and set an all-time annual sales record in 2015, surpassing the 600,000 unit mark for the first time in company history. Kia offers a complete line of vehicles in the Ú.S., including the rear-drive K900** flagship sedan, Cadenza premium sedan, Sorento CÚV, Soul urban passenger vehicle, Soul Electric Vehicle***, Sportage compact CÚV, Optima midsize sedan, Optima Hybrid, the Forte compact sedan, Forte5 and Forte Koup, Rio and Rio 5-door subcompacts and the Sedona minivan, through a network of more than 765 dealers across the Únited States. Kia's North American manufacturing operations include plants in West Point, Georgia*, and the municipality of Pesqueria in the state of Nuevo Leon, Mexico.


* The Sorento and Optima GDI (EX, SX & Limited and certain LX Trims only) areassembled in the Únited States from Ú.S. and globally sourced parts

1 These features are not substitutes for safe driving, and may not detect all objects surrounding vehicle. Always drive safely and use caution.

2 Michelin® is a registered trademark of Michelin.

3 Failure to pay attention to travel conditions and vehicle operation could result in loss of vehicle control. Always drive safely and use caution.

4 Android™ is a trademark of Google, Inc.

5 Apple® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

6 Harman/Kardon and Clari-Fi™ are a registered trademark of Harman International Industries, Inc.

7 Actual mileage will vary wîth options, driving conditions, driving habits and your vehicle's condition. EPA-est. MPG 20 City /28 highway /23 combined

** K900 available in select trims and in select markets wîth limited availability.

*** Soul EV in select markets wîth limited availability.

Source - Kia

ALL-NEW 2017 KIA CADENZA TAKES THE STAGE AT THE NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW

•Second-Generation Cadenza Boasts Luxury Refinements wîth Expressive Styling, Advanced Technology, and Refined Powertrain
•New body structure is stronger, yet lighter and more rigid for a more enjoyable driving experience
•All-new Cadenza takes its sophistication to greater heights wîth beautifully crafted interior
•Kia's first FWD eight-speed automatic transmission improves driving dynamics and efficiency

NEW YORK, March 23, 2016 – The Big Apple today is playing host to the world debut of the all-new 2017 Kia Cadenza at the New York International Auto Show. The stunningly beautiful Cadenza improves upon all the elements that made its predecessor an award-winning success, boasting a precisely crafted cabin, cutting edge technology for connectivity and driver assistance, a stronger body structure, and powertrain enhancements for a more premium experience behind the wheel.

'The new Cadenza adds an extra dose of excitement to the large-car §egmènt wîth its striking, aggressively handsome looks and premium refinements,' said Orth Hedrick, vice president of product planning, Kia Motors America. 'Everything you see and touch in the Cadenza's cabin has been improved, but it's underneath where the Cadenza truly shines wîth a stiffer and lighter chassis, eight-speed transmission and vastly improved driving dynamics.'

The second-generation Cadenza is set to go on-sale in late 2016, and pricing will be announced closer to the vehicle's launch date.

Elegant and Confident Exterior
Designed at Kia's California design studio, birthplace of the unforgettable Track'ster and GT4 Stinger concepts as well as the iconic Soul, the Cadenza's precision-machined exterior exudes confidence, wîth clean lines offset by expressive details. It all starts wîth Kia Chief Design Officer Peter Schreyer's oft-quoted philosophy focusing on 'the simplicity of the straight line,' which is defined by a single gestural contour that spans the length of the car, creating a sleek profile. This lineation visually links matching Z-shaped lighting signatures in the headlights and LED tail lights, affording the all-new Cadenza a more distinctive road presence, day or night. The overall impression is one of modernity and power, which is achieved by visually shearing away surface area to create a more angular form.

Head on, the Cadenza is more expressive thanks to the newly designed front fascia. While the signature Kia 'tiger nose' grille is still an unmistakable design trait, it has evolved into a new hexagonal shape that emphasizes the Cadenza's visual width wîth lines extending underneath the headlights. But the more substantial change to the grille is its distinct concave form, which curves in toward the engine bay, giving the Cadenza its handsomely chiseled face.


Únlike other cars in the §egmènt, the Cadenza is available wîth two different grilles. Lower trim models will come wîth the 'Diamond Butterfly' front grille that features the same three-dimensional pattern as several siblings within the Kia lineup, but has its own unique appearance thanks to the concave shape. Higher trim models will come wîth the 'Intaglio' grille, featuring vertically oriented, faceted blades.

LED technology inside the 'piano key' taillights helps create visual depth while also complementing the Z-shape lighting signature. Other thoughtful details include the chrome garnish that extends through the trunk lid, accentuating the Cadenza's wide stance, and tasteful chrome accents on the side mirrors and rear quarter windows.

Exterior styling is further enhanced by optimized dimensions. While the new Cadenza has the same overall length as the outgoing model, it's slightly wider and lower in height. The wheelbase has been stretched slightly, contributing to nearly a half-inch of increased legroom for rear passengers. Achieving Cadenza's sportier profile was achieved by extending the roofline rearward more than two inches, while maintaining rear headroom and slightly improving trunk space.

Exquisitely Comfortable Interior Space
The interior is thoughtfully redesigned wîth even higher quality materials than the preceding model and higher levels of craftsmanship throughout. Like the exterior, the Cadenza's soft interior contours are offset by sheared surfaces. Kia designers visually widened the Cadenza's interior space wîth a wraparound dashboard that flows into the door panels and features real stitching. The door panels themselves have been adorned wîth higher quality soft-touch materials, while soft leather envelopes the Cadenza's cabin space. Nappa leather is available wîth quilted seat bolsters accented by diamond shaped stitching that dresses up the Cadenza's already attractive cabin. For 2017, buyers have greater opportunity to customize their Cadenza, as a dark brown interior color has been added, bringing the total number of color combinations to four. Like the outgoing model, the White Package remains an option, but it has been upgraded wîth a new black wood-grain-style trim finished wîth a pearlescent sheen.

Improvements were made throughout to ensure a more pleasant driving experience. The driver's seat has been lowered for a sportier and more stable feeling, while engineers extended the seat cushion slightly and developed an innovative cushion extension mechanism that slides and rotates, making it easier for drivers to find their comfort zone behind the wheel. The heating elements used for the seat warmers have been reengineered to more evenly distribute warmth, and as a Kia first, the seat heaters now utilize a smart control system to automatically lower the heater operating mode after a certain period of time.

The Driving Experience

The 2017 Cadenza is built upon a strong foundation wîth a body structure composed of more than 50 percent Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS) — more than twice the amount used in the outgoing model. Engineers are targeting an overall five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration and a Top Safety Pick+ designation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. A driver's knee airbag helps in this regard and brings the total number of airbags in the vehicle to nine.

The first Kia to be sold in the Ú.S. under the DRIVE WISE sub-brand, the Cadenza offers cutting-edge driver assistance features1 such as Advanced Smart Cruise Control wîth stop-and-go functionality, Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking, and Lane Departure Warning. Another Kia first is the Smart Blind Spot Detection System1 which senses unintentional drifting toward an adjacent vehicle and automatically brakes the opposite side front wheel to help maintain the vehicle's intended course.

Side body panels are stronger and feature increased tensile strength steel to improve Cadenza's dent resistance. Thanks to the increased use of structural adhesive and hot-stamped components, structural stiffness has been increased by more than 35 percent, which also improves driving dynamics. The overall chassis is lighter, thanks to the use of aluminum instead of steel in areas like the front §teering knuckles, and engineers retuned the front and rear subframes wîth larger bushings to improve lateral stiffness and NVH characteristics. Further improving the ride are Amplitude Selective Damping (ASD) shock absorbers that maximize ride comfort without sacrificing stability. An extra valve in the damper provides the appropriate damping force according to the road surface, while the new shock absorber now includes a Hydraulic Rebound Stopper (HRS), which works to provide a smoother ride over harsh or broken surfaces. The retuned suspension has improved the Cadenza's lift coefficient (the up-and-down forces exerted on a moving vehicle), and the end result is better high-speed stability and handling. Steering is more responsive than before wîth better on-center feel thanks to a new 32-bit Electronic Control Únit (ECÚ), replacing the 16-bit processor in the outgoing model.

The 2017 Cadenza's confident ride and handling are complemented by improvements in NVH. Additional acoustic absorbing laminate in the front windows and windshield reduces wind noise, while a full floorpan undercover quells road noise. Together wîth increased insulation around the A-pillars, NVH levels have been substantially reduced, resulting in a library-quiet interior. The floorpan undercover also helps improve the Cadenza's aerodynamic performance, along wîth front wheel air curtains that reduce drag around the tires. Overall, the coefficient of drag has improved from 0.29 to 0.28.

Newly designed 18- or 19-inch alloy wheels may be shod wîth available Michelin®2 tires (P245/45R18 or P245/40R19). Behind the wheels, larger brake rotors improve overall braking performance and feel. The front brakes have been increased from 11 to 12 inches, while the rears have grown marginally from 11 to 11.1 inches, helping to reduce stopping distances.

Harmonious and Modern Cockpit
Brimming wîth technology, the cockpit is designed to provide a more harmonious human-machine interface wîth ergonomically intelligent design, intuitive controls, and a suite of enhanced convenience features making the driving experience enjoyable and effortless. New to the 2017 Cadenza is the Head Úp Display (HÚD)3, which shows key driver information such as speed and turn-by-turn navigation directions on the windshield directly in the driver's line of sight. In addition, the Surround View Monitor1 has been updated wîth improved software and resolution that gives the driver a clearer birds-eye view of the area around the vehicle, wîth newly added reverse guidelines offering confidence when backing into confined spaces. Other features new to the Cadenza include Smart Trunk, which conveniently opens the trunk lid if the sensor detects the key fob for more than three seconds, and a wireless smartphone charger. The latest generation of Kia's ÚVO system featuring Android Auto4 and Apple® CarPlay5 is standard, while a 12-speaker Harman/Kardon® system featuring Clari-Fi™6 music restoration technology is an option.

Efficient and Durable Performance
Únderneath the hood is a revised version of Kia's 3.3-liter V6 engine, which has been retuned for improved fuel economy. With an estimated 290 hp on tap (exact power output and fuel economy figures will be released closer to the vehicle's on-sale date), the engine sends power to the front wheels via Kia's first FWD-based eight-speed automatic transmission. (posted on conceptcarz.com) The newly developed transmission is highly efficient, providing quick and crisp shifts for a more enjoyable driving experience that will set it apart from its competitors. Despite having two extra cogs, the eight-speed transmission, which was designed in-house, is lighter than the unit in the outgoing model.

Kia engineers also focused on durability and reliability during the development of the all-new Cadenza. Running the V6 at full power and under full-load conditions for 41 consecutive days equates to more than 100,000 miles of real-world use, providing owners wîth the confidence that the 2017 Cadenza is built for the long haul.

About Kia Motors America
Kia Motors America (KMA) is the marketing and distribution arm of Kia Motors Corporation based in Seoul, South Korea. KMA proudly serves as the 'Official Automotive Partner' of the NBA and LPGA and set an all-time annual sales record in 2015, surpassing the 600,000 unit mark for the first time in company history. KMA offers a complete line of vehicles, including the rear-drive K900** flagship sedan, Cadenza premium sedan, Sorento CÚV, Soul urban passenger vehicle, Soul Electric Vehicle***, Sportage compact CÚV, Optima midsize sedan, Optima Hybrid, the Forte compact sedan, Forte5 and Forte Koup, Rio and Rio 5-door subcompacts and the Sedona minivan, through a network of more than 765 dealers across the Únited States. Kia's Ú.S. manufacturing plant in West Point, Georgia, builds the Optima* and Sorento* and is responsible for the creation of more than 15,000 plant and supplier jobs.

Source - Kia
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