Could this be the look of the all-new Kia Sportage or not?

Just recently, we’ve come across some spy shots of the all-new Kia Sportage with it being tested somewhere in Korea. Though not entirely sure, ‘The Korean Car Blog’ recently reported that the all-new 2022 Kia Sportage is bound to be released in April of next year. Gladly, the looks of the upcoming crossover are slowly being traced, as what we have here might possibly be the visual resemblance of the all-new Kia Sportage. This right here is a facelifted Sportage Ace, which is somewhat an unrelated vehicle to the globally sold Sportage, and it was recently revealed in China.

Though both vehicles may be different, as its underpinnings are solely-based on the second-generation Hyundai Tucson. However, in design context, there may be some key resemblances to be seen as the globally sold Sportage approaches its unconfirmed debut.

The exterior gives homage to some of Kia’s current offerings including the Telluride, Mohave, and Sorento. Like most of its stablemates, the Sportage Ace gets the brand’s signature tiger-nose grille, the headlights, on the other hand, are oddly shaped, but it does look good and blends quite well with its exterior. Instead of integrating a pair of fog lights, each side of the bumper was then provided some intake vents which looked functional.

2021 Kia Sportage Ace exterior quarter rear

While the side exhibits a rather boxy profile, the rear, on the other hand, gets a pair of taillights which seems to have that vertical lighting layout. There’s a hint of sportiness complemented by the continuous application of the shiny black material and silver garnish, plus, there’s also a pair of exposed tailpipes. Finishing touches include a spoiler with a third brake light, a sharks fin antenna, and the Sportage lettering which serves as the main highlight of the rear.

Again, we may be assuming here, but the possibilities are indeed limitless. There’s quite a possibility that this right here will resemble the all-new Kia Sportage, perhaps not entirely, but some bits and pieces might be adapted from this model. 

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