Korean auto maker Kia and its Chinese joint-venture partner, Dongfeng Yueda Kia Automobile, unveil their China-specific K2 small premium sedan at the Auto Shanghai 2011 international auto show today. Based on the same platform as the all-new Kia Rio, the K2 draws on design features of Kia's K5 sedan, which is marketed as the all-new Optima in some markets. The K2 will be offered in six trim levels and a choice of a 1.4L 107-hp or 1.6L 123-hp Gamma gas engine. Both manual and automatic ...
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