Rear-drive sports sedan may bid farewell after just five years in production
The Kia Stinger could bow out of production as early as next year as the Korean car-maker makes space for a new hybrid variant of the Kia Carnival.
According to Daily Car, the South Korean plant responsible for production of the large rear-wheel drive sports sedan is set to be retooled in 2022 to manufacture future electrified vehicles including the Carnival people-mover.
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