Kia will introduce a new Picanto following its public debut at the Geneva motor show in March.
Revealed earlier this month in Kia’s sports-inspired ‘GT-Line’ specification, the Picanto has a 15 mm-longer wheelbase (2,385 mm to 2,400 mm) also pushes the wheels further out into each corner for a more assertive stance.
The Picanto’s colour options will be more vibrant, with a range of bold paint colours designed to make the car stand out.
Inside, Picanto’s suite of comfort, convenience and safety features are contained in a new cabin design with a new ‘floating’ touchscreen infotainment system.
It is also claimed to have smarter packaging efficiency, with more cabin and cargo space than before.
Although it has a longer wheelbase than the outgoing Picanto, with shorter front and rear overhangs it maintains the current car’s overall length.