Leave the world in the rearview with the all-new Kia Sportage. It’s built for the rugged roads of adventure with BFGoodrich® All-Terrain Tires on the Sportage X-Pro trims, an LED lighting system, and a host of advanced interior technologies.
The available driver-centric Panoramic Connectivity Screen gives you an integrated 25" display for navigation, diagnostic, convenience, entertainment, and immersive vehicle information features1.
This available feature projects a live feed of your blind spots onto your instrument cluster when you trigger your turn signal. When paired with optional Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist, the system can help avoid potential collisions by guiding the vehicle in its current lane2.
Using four exterior mounted cameras, the available feature displays your surroundings in a 360° view to enhance awareness when maneuvering your vehicle in certain situations3.
Keep your devices charged at all times with the available wireless charging as well as four USB-C chargers located on the back of the seats4.
The standard system is designed to help detect a potential collision and automatically apply the brakes in a variety of circumstances5.
If there’s another vehicle in your blind spot, the available system will help to alert you to it, and may help avoid a collision by actively moving your vehicle away from the adjacent vehicle. It can also provide helpful alerts while exiting a parallel parking spot6.
Using radar sensors hidden in the corners of the rear bumper, the available system scans for passing cars, motorcycles, and/or other vehicles as you back up. If the system detects a vehicle or pedestrian when backing out of a parking spot, the system alerts the driver and applies the brakes7.
Designed to monitor the lane markers on the road with a front view camera on the windshield, the system may provide steering inputs to help keep your vehicle centered in its lane8.
The available system can help alert driver and passengers to certain potential hazards approaching from behind before exiting the vehicle5.
The standard system uses an integrated radar sensor system to help detect obstacles in the rear of your vehicle. If a hazard is detected, the system can provide an audible warning6.