Kia Motors Corp.’s KND-5 concept that will bow at the Seoul auto show this week provides a clear glimpse of the new fullsize, luxury sedan that will replace the current Amanti/Opirus. The Opirus replacement will be in production and hit Korean showrooms early in the third quarter and be launched in Europe and other export markets in January. It may not carry the Opirus name, however. The U.S. version, called the Amanti, reportedly may not roll out in that market until April 2011. A U.S. ...

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