2021 Kia Optima brings with it a sporty, modern and bold character. The front of the car is characterized by Kia’s imposing new ‘Tiger Nose Evolution’, a wide, three-dimensional design which integrates the grille and headlamps more organically than previous iterations of the Optima.
The profile of the 2021 Optima displays a greater sense of muscularity than its predecessor, with the body narrowing slightly at the midpoint between wheel arches. A distinctive crease runs the length of the Optima’s body, while a dash of chrome above the car’s new frameless windows adds greater drama to its flowing, fastback roofline.
The new 2021 Kia Optima is longer and wider than its predecessor. The length of the new model has been extended by 50mm to 4,905mm and the width by 25mm to 1,860 mm. The wheelbase is extended to 2,850mm providing a stable driving character. A 20mm drop in height to 1,445mm creates a low-slung sporty profile.
The back of the 2021 Kia Optima has a new rear-combination lamp design which provides a sporty silhouette mirrored by the three-dimensional design of the Optima’s subtle rear wing. The unique rear light signature mirrors the slender ‘heartbeat’ motif found at the front of the car, while the flash of chrome from the roofline loops around the base of the rear screen, unifying the side and rear profile.
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