For 2022, the Kia Stinger GT receives only minor upgrades, but it remains one of the greatest performance values in the industry.
Stinger Scorpion Special Edition has 19-inch black wheels, black fender garnish, black mirrors, a body-colored rear spoiler, and carbon-fiber trim on the central console for the first time.
The 2022 Kia Stinger comes with a new active sport exhaust for the V6-powered GT model, as well as a larger, 300-horsepower 4-cylinder engine.
The car has an 8.0-inch or 10.25-inch touch screen console, last-mile navigation, synchronizing your iCloud or Google calendar with the Kia Access with UVO link app.
Even the base model has a premium appearance and feel, with a powerful optional V-6, attractive lines, and hatchback practicality.
On fast, winding roads, it can feel uneasy; cabin decorations are slightly less elegant than German rivals'; and it lacks the luxury-brand badge.
The interior is well-designed and appealing, with its large hatchback opening and lengthy wheelbase, we expected the Stinger to perform much better in these tests.
With EPA ratings of 22 mpg city and 32 highways, the rear-drive, four-cylinder 2022 Stinger has the best predicted fuel economy.
The Stinger, like the Telluride SUV, is another near-premium arrow in Kia's quiver.