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What does the Kia pick up have that wants to compete with the Toyota Hilux and Ford Ranger | The race

This model would belong to the segment of medium work trucks. I would use a 2.2-liter turbo diesel engine, with 201 HP and 369 lb-ft of torque

The group Hyundai kia comes with everything for a few years. With the idea of ​​fighting for an increasingly competitive place among the automotive industry, the company of South Korean origin.

And right among his bets is the pick-up market, so he will dedicate his efforts to releasing a Hyundai model and another for KIA, he published AutoCosmos.

One of them is the Santa Cruz, which will base its design and structure on the Tucson. This model was presented at the Detroit Auto Show which was held in 2015.

What has been revealed so far of the Santa Cruz Concept is that it will have more limited capacities, but it will have a more sporty design and will be more recreational, than for work or some formal activity.

It will also have a double cabin with four doors. In addition, it will be integrated by a modular load, although the specialists make it clear that its capacity will not be the same as that of a “body-on-frame” pick-up.

This truck was expected to go on sale during the second half of 2020, however, given the contingency caused by the Covid-19, it is unknown if this date can be continued.

Regarding the KIA pick-up, it is known, as announced by the CEO of the company, that it would belong to the segment of medium work trucks, revealed AutoCosmos.

This model would use a 2.2-liter turbo diesel engine, with 201 HP and 369 lb-ft of torque.

Testing of the first units is expected to begin next year. And according to specialists, it would be at the height of competing with the Toyota Hilux and the Ford Ranger, revealed Motoring.com.au.

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