Sold primarily in Europe and Asia, the Picanto is known as the Morning in some Asian markets. Now in its second-generation, it's become one of the Korean carmaker's best-selling global vehicles.
New photos of the car were released today showing the new Picanto's design. It doesn't gain any size (remaining at 3,595 mm, 141.5 inches), but gains a wheelbase extension of 2,385 mm to 2,400 mm (94.5 inches) and the wheels are closer to the corners of the car, making for a more aggressive stance. Kia says that there will be 11 color options for the car's exterior. This is augmented by the photos that include a GT model in Kia's "GT-Line" specification.
Not much else is known about the car at this stage. Kia has promised high-tech comfort and safety technologies in the new Picanto to go along with a new cabin design built around a "floating touchscreen."