Kia Motor Corp unveils new Quoris in Oman
- Oman: Monday, September 10 - 2012 at 12:09
South Korean carmaker Kia Motor Corp has unveiled in Oman its all-new Kia Quoris luxury flagship sedan, Oman Daily Observer has reported. "Quoris is our first rear-wheel drive large sedan for more than a decade and sets new standards for advanced design, new technologies and driving performance," said Thomas Oh, Kia executive vice-president and COO of the International Business Division. Quoris will be available in the Middle East powered by an upgraded 286bhp Lambda V6 3.8-litre MPI engine, the company said. The new model is scheduled to be available in Oman from November 2012.
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