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Geneva Motor Show, Kia, Kia Cee'd, Kia Scoops, New Cars, Scoops, Top 4
Kia officially confirmed the new generation Ceed Sportswagon will debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, and now we know what it will look like.

Shared by WorldScoopForum, the two low-res pictures allegedly reveal the design of the second member of the new Ceed family.

The station wagon looks identical to the hatchback up to the B-pillar, and after that it gets a longer roofline and an extended rear end for that extra boot space.

The Ceed Sportwagon gets the same interior too as the five-door hatch, with the floating-style infotainment system and plenty of gear available, depending on the selected model.

Higher spec versions will come with heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, dual-zone climate control, wireless phone charging, and a host of driver assistance features. Moreover, customers can choose between different driving modes, including Sport.

The engine lineup will probably include all the units already available on the hatchback, such as the 1.0-liter with 120PS (118hp), the 140PS (138hp) 1.4-liter and a less powerful 1.4-liter petrol. The automaker hasn’t cut back on diesels, as the 1.6-liter CRDi is offered with two outputs, 115PS (113hp) and 136PS (134hp) respectively.

Geneva Motor Show, Kia, Kia Cee'd, Kia Scoops, New Cars, Scoops, Top 4

Kia has more derivatives of the new Ceed in store, and one of the models expected to arrive is the GT hot hatch, probably joined by the Shooting Brake, while later on a Ceed-based SUV might complete the lineup.

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