The K5 GT proved itself as a true driver’s car, establishing faster acceleration and better overall handling performance than the BMW 330i Sedan in independent tests certified by AMCI Testing.
K5 GT accelerated to 60 mph in 5.7 seconds, 0.28 seconds faster than the BMW 330i Sedan. It’s no surprise given K5 GT’s best-in-class 311 lb.-ft. of torque and quick-shifting 8-Speed Dual-Clutch Transmission.
The BMW 330i Sedan couldn’t match the K5 GT’s cornering performance under both wet and dry conditions, with the K5’s all-new chassis and Pirelli® P-ZERO™ All-Season Tires helping to provide better overall handling performance and a 0.947 maximum dry cornering G-force capability.
The K5 GT reached a higher terminal speed of 103.3 mph and set a faster time of 14.2 seconds in the quarter mile, displaying the exhilaration of 290 turbocharged horsepower.
An available 10.25-inch touchscreen puts control at your fingertips with navigation, Android Auto™, and Apple CarPlay®. With available UVO Connected Routing getting you through traffic, you’ll optimize your drive time.
Sit in a true pilot’s seat with high-tech displays, upscale finishes, and views through an available wide panoramic sunroof. K5 is sporty and sleek throughout.
Control your environment remotely to make it perfect for you. Available UVO link services let you start the car and pre-heat or pre-cool the cabin through Kia Access with UVO link app or Kia owner’s portal.
Your music follows you everywhere with an available twelve Bose speaker premium audio system surrounding the cabin to give you a perfect driving soundtrack.
Standard Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) is designed to help detect a potential collision and automatically apply the brakes in a variety of circumstances. With available Forward Collision-Avoidance (FCA)-Junction Turning, the front camera and radar can detect vehicles when turning at intersections, helping you avoid collisions.
Navigation-Based Smart Cruise Control-Curve (NSCC-C) automatically adjusts to maintain the driver’s pre-set speed and to keep a safe distance from the vehicle traveling directly ahead. On highways where information is available, Highway Driving Assist (HDA) can control the vehicle’s steering, acceleration and deceleration functions.
Available RCCA scans for oncoming obstacles as you back up. If the system detects a potential hazard crossing into your intended path, it activates audio and/or visual warnings and possible braking intervention.
Available BCA-R is designed to help detect vehicles in your blind spot in certain situations, including when you change lanes, and may apply the brakes to help mitigate a collision.