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Advanced Rear-Wheel Drive Powertrain
Quoris features an all-new rear-wheel drive platform akin to those used by world-class luxury carmakers, signaling in a new era of performance for the Kia brand. Be prepared for an unexpected level of dynamic power and control.

Driving ModeVehicle height is automatically adjusted depending on driving mode.




RWD (Rear-Wheel Drive)
Near-perfect front/rear weight distribution has created a strong foundation for excellent balance and steering response as well as a sophisticated blend of ride and handling qualities. Quoris’ RWD layout provides superb acceleration performance as well as a high degree of stability and control.

3.8-Liter Multi-Port Injection V6 Gasoline Engine
At the heart of the Quoris is a reengineered Lambda V6 gasoline engine boasting a host of improvements and friction-reducing modifications to boost power, raise efficiency and enhance refinement. Featuring dual CVVT and all-aluminum block construction, this engine produces a robust 294 ps @ 6,200 rpm with maximum torque of 36.5 kg.m @ 4,500 rpm.

8-Speed Automatic Transmission
Kia’s all-new 8-speed automatic transmission guarantees brisk acceleration, high-speed refinement and enhanced fuel efficiency. A choice of four fully automatic modes (Eco, Normal, Sport and Snow) ensures ideal characteristics for all driving conditions.

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I was a little skeptical at first for a luxury sedan being RWD. For such a large vehicle with so much weight usually doesnt move well all year round. But after Kia disclosed that it will be coming with a more sophisticated rwd drive train things might turn around. Not sure how well it will turn out but lets hope for the best.
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This is awesome, when I throw on some aftermarket wheels i'll keep it in low mode just so I can have the Quoris looking extra good!
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This is awesome, when I throw on some aftermarket wheels i'll keep it in low mode just so I can have the Quoris looking extra good!
Is this cool or what so you can have it in low mode that not only serves it purpose for the sporty aggressive feel but also when you pull in to parking lots see a lowered vehicle with nice rims is just something else especially the Quoris. soon enough people are gonna be buying this for the VIP scene.
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Is this cool or what so you can have it in low mode that not only serves it purpose for the sporty aggressive feel but also when you pull in to parking lots see a lowered vehicle with nice rims is just something else especially the Quoris. soon enough people are gonna be buying this for the VIP scene.
Yup, you know it. Just not sure how many people will be doing this from the start. Over time we'll see more and more of them modified.
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