A Kia Optima Station Wagon Could Look Like This

What would say to a more practical, estate version of Kia’s updated Optima, which is currently available only as a sedan?
These renderings were made by Theophilus Chin who based the design on the recent Kia Sportspace Concept.

This iteration keeps similar taillights to the ones found on the sedan, along with a sloping roofline and a tailgate with a small spoiler. The rest of the exterior remains identical to the sedan, which has a starting MSRP of $21,840 in the States, without destination.

The engine lineup includes a new 1.6-liter turbo and the 2.4-liter GDI and 2.0-liter GDI turbo, carried over from the previous generation. The most expensive version of the Kia Optima is the SXL, which can be bought from $35,790.

Rendering via Theophilus Chin

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