The 2021 Kia Stinger was found during a testing on the roads in Germany this week which showed the camouflage disguise which is meant to hide the design of the up and coming vehicle. The prototype has both interior and exterior disguises which makes it significantly unrecognizable if you don't know what car it is.
The camouflage is well thought out as it hides out the facelift of the 2021 model of the Kia Stinger. Nothing much can be seen based on the spyshots taken from sources such as Motor1.com and AutoBlog but it's obviously a sedan based on the shape of the car when driven.
There have been numerous rumors about that the Stinger might be grounded, new reports has it that the var might even be getting more interesting upgrades in terms of its drivetrain and the overall exterior design. There is even rumor of a possibly new engines as the existing Stinger has a turbocharged 2.0-liter and 3.3 liter mills are expected to be tuned to give it a much strenght.
This will be unwelcome news to those still holding out hope that the 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 from the new Genesis G80 sedan, which delivers 380 horsepower and 391 pound-feet of torque, would make its way under the hood of the Stinger GT.