2025 Kia K4 is bigger than forte

Kia revealed the new 2025 K4 sedan at the 2024 New York International Motor Show, replacing the Forte.

The K4 introduces Kia's "Opposites United" design language and is part of the brand's naming strategy.

It comes with two engine options: a 147 hp 2.0-liter naturally aspirated engine and a 190 hp 1.6-liter turbocharged engine.

The K4 offers enhanced handling with GT-Line models, featuring 18-inch wheels, glossy accents, 

a satin chrome beltline, and multilink rear suspension.

All K4 models have an acoustic windshield, and those with 18-inch wheels get acoustic tires to reduce noise.

Kia emphasizes safety with advanced features like lane-keeping assist, adaptive-

- cruise control, collision avoidance, and optional Evasive Steering Assist.

The K4 has 29 ADAS features, eight standard airbags, and aims to meet segment safety standards.

Design-wise, the K4 aligns with Kia's lineup, featuring a spacious interior despite its fastback roofline, and is the largest in its class.

Interior tech includes wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, NFC for unlocking and -

- starting, a voice assistant, faster processing, and OTA updates.

The 2025 K4 will hit the U.S. market in late 2024, with a 10-year/100,000 km warranty, and pricing details to be announced later.