When I witnessed Kia taking off the sheets from Stinger in 2018, I was shocked and confused. Two questions shocked me: when the off-road vehicle seems to be the focus of attention now, how did the decision to build a sports car go through the top management; secondly, what did Kia want to compete with the Germans? Well, about an hour later, I was sitting in Stinger, and immediately I realized that the new BMW 5 Series just sitting there was much more comfortable. A few months later, I was one more behind. There is no that Stinger is synonymous with BMW, Mercedes and Audi fighters. Kia did it. The company managed to enable it to compete with other luxury brands and performance brands. However, Stinger did not fully meet sales expectations, and new reports indicate that Kia will take action to this end. It's actually a big deal.

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