Kia Motors Corp. releases detailed renderings of the ʼ10 replacement for its top-of-the-line Opirus luxury sedan, marketed as the Amanti in the U.S. and Canada. Codenamed VG, the all-new entry matches closely the concept VG that debuted at the Seoul Motor Show in April. A Kia spokesman confirms the vehicle will go on sale in Korea in the fourth quarter, with its U.S. release to follow soon after. “There is no name for the new vehicle as yet, either in Korea or in the U.S. and overseas ...

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