Initially shown as a concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show last year, Kia have officially debuted the new Kia ProCeed. It will be difficult to confuse the ProCeed with its predecessor, the similarly titled Pro-Cee’d, as the new incarnation changed the 3-door body for a shooting brake design. This puts the ProCeed between the hatchback and Sportswagon in the Ceed family.
The striking looks of the ProCeed are sure to please anyone that wants the practicality of an estate car without compromising on style. At the front, there is the now familiar Kia tiger nose grille to tie the ProCeed to the rest of the Ceed range. The roofline leads to sleek rear-quarter with angular edges, lid spoiler and finished with a full width LED light bar.
In terms of practicality, the lowered roofline compared to the other Ceeds has been offset with slightly lowered seating so there is no noticeable loss of headroom. In the back there is 594 litres of cargo capacity (compared to roughly 308 litres in the Ceed and 620 litres in the Ceed Sportswagon) and this can be increased further by folding the rear seats flat. There will also be a more agile feel behind the wheel as the suspension setup has been tweaked for a firmer edge.
The ProCeed will come with two trim levels to select from - either the GT-Line or GT; whilst no pricing information has been released just yet, more details are expected to be released at the Paris Motor Show in October ahead of the release in early 2019.
Speak to the team at Pentagon Kia in Sheffield for more information as it comes through or call on 01142 055 729 to register your interest.
Some cookies are necessary, while others allow us to enhance your experience, personalise content and ads (across your devices), and provide insights into how the site is being used. Our recommended settings are that these cookies are all active but if you aren't happy with this you can manage your preferences by clicking Customise Cookie Settings.
Necessary cookies enable core functionality. Our website cannot function properly without these cookies, and they can only be disabled by changing your browser preferences (please note if disabled our website may not work or show correctly on your device).
We use personalisation cookies to understand how you engage with our website across all your devices, this includes recording your browsing habits and activity. This information is used for profiling purposes and to help identify you, so that we can show personalised content.
We use third party cookies on our site to serve you with advertisements that we believe are relevant to you and your interests. You may see these advertisements on our site and on other sites that you visit on any of your devices where you've accepted marketing cookies. Please note that if you disable these, you will still see adverts but they won't be specifically tailored to you and your interests.