The new Edition specification will be available with all three powertrains Kia fits to the new Sorento and replaces the previous 2, 3 and 4 grades.
Edition models are based on the top Sorento 4 grade and come with black exterior styling on the front grille, mirror caps, roof rails and side window trim.
Diesel models sit on 20-inch black alloy wheels, while hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions have 19-inch alloy wheels.
All feature a panoramic sunroof, customisable head-up display, power opening tailgate, remote smart parking assist, blind-spot collision avoidance assist, 360 degree around view monitor and blind spot view monitor.
Models also offer a premium sound system with 12 speakers, wireless mobile phone charger, 10-way power adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support and integrated memory system, 8-way power adjustable front passenger seat, front and outer rear heated seats, and front ventilated seats.
The first Edition models are expected to be on the road in the middle of 2023. The new Sorento is a 7-seat SUV and was launched late in 2020.
Prices correct as of 1/7/22 and are subject to change.