On sale Spring 2022 | Price from £25,000 (est.)
The new Sportage will get a much more modern-looking interior compared to the outgoing model.
Looking ahead, you'll find a 12.3" digital instrument cluster that can be configured to display the information you would like to see the most - as well as also benefitting from another 12.3" touchscreen display, much like the premium screens you find in some Mercedes models.
There are very few physical buttons in the new Sportage - which is common with a lot of new hi-end cars that are coming into the market.
In the back of the Sportage, you'll find 591L of boot space, which is much higher than the outgoing 503L model. Flip the backseats down and you'll be able to expand to 1,780L of space - great for family vacations or loading larger items.
The first thing you'll notice about the new Sportage is the pointy daytime running lights, followed by the heavily creased doors and side skirts that give the outside of the Sportage a brand new look.
This new variant is also the first Sportage to come with the option of a contrasting black roof.
Around the back, the brake lights are inspired from that of the Kia EV6 - especially the angular design and downturned edges.
The new Sportage comes with a choice of mild-hybrid, full-hybrid, and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) technology working alongside both petrol and diesel engines.
The mild-hybrid petrol models come with either a 150hp or 180hp choice, with the full-hybrid cars produce 230hp, but this is topped by the plug-in variant which is the most powerful in the range with a huge 265bhp.
You will be able to get the Sportage with a six-speed manual gearbox or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, depending on availability and what engine you choose.