The imagination has been running lately, would it be possible to retrofit a Kia stinger 3.3L into a cadenza? Not sure if our engine bay can squeeze the twin turbos in there.
Interesting...Seems that's what they should be trying here. I know the Audi A6 is coming out with a quasi hybrid, in that it just does some minor enhancement to the MPG's, so you get a 400 hp car, but still get over 30 mpg on the highway, plus around town it's better efficiencies. But that car runs almost twice the price of a Cadenza limited when you get all the features added to it. Ridiculous how they charge that much for a car that can't even tow a jetski.Were you tracking that there's a Hybrid K7 in Korea? There was even a hybrid version for Gen 2 (i.e. Gen 1 in North America). They really need to bring that here.
Facts I was wondering if those two braces could fit in my cadenzaI always wondered if there was a way we could just get the twin turbo and add that in. I'm not sure though, somehow the Stinger looks wider but also shorter/lower to the ground. It's hard to tell engine bay dimensions because the way the Stinger has those braces in there... those sexy sexy body-stiffening braces