The Kia Stinger is going to make an impact for sure. This and the Civic Type R will be part of the new four cylinder tuner world.
Both powertrains feed torque to the rear wheels but can be optionally mated to an all-wheel-drive system that’s rear-biased and can send up to 50 percent of the available torque to the front wheels or 80 percent rearward.
The base rear-drive GT comes with all the good stuff—including the twin-turbo V-6, big tires, and Brembos—for about $39,895 according to Kia’s estimates (prices aren’t finalized). All-wheel drive should add $2200. Our test car, however, had the full-boat GT2 trim package, which loaded it with everything from active-safety gear to nappa leather and boosted the sticker to an expected $52,595.
Chevrolet isn't known for building the best cars in the world, but every now and then something crazy rolls out the doors. And that's when a $70,000 Camaro sits on the bumper of a $240,000 911 around VIR.