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The interior of the car is nothing to sneeze at either. Designed by Pete Schreyer, Kia’s chief of design who formerly worked for Audi, it incorporates a European style that says “understated elegance” with a glance. Wood and chrome trimmings accent the soft leather upholstery, which has a central console ergonomically designed for ease of access.

With automatic buttons for cruise control, infotainment options, and Bluetooth access, the Cadenza boasts of a dashboard designed for luxury. Voice-activation is available and the car’s audio system is the powerful Infinity system backed by 12 speakers. The digital touchscreen and noise suppression provide a state-of-the-art touch that is the icing on this package.