More interior spy shots of the Kia cee’d facelift


On Monday, Kia Motors released the first official image of the revamped 2010 cee’d hatchback, which is scheduled to go on sale in Europe in this coming fall, shortly after it makes its European premiere at the IAA Frankfurt Motor Show.

The first official image revealed Kia designers have given the cee’d a whole new front fascia, which incorporates brand’s new “signature feature”: a “tiger nose”.

Along with exterior updates, styling modifications have also been made to the cabin lay-out of the 2010 Kia cee’d and here we have a set of very first, high-quality spy shots of the revamped Kia cee’d interior.

Interior spy shots of the new Kia cee’d facelift have been taken in Slovakia and first surfaced on-line at, a website deciated to Kia owners and fans living in Russia.

Kia cee’d facelift fotogallery:

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  1. Greg da chajee says:

    Nice Seats, I bet this is a fun car to drive.. Does Europe have Airbags or is it an option?

  2. Patrick says:

    Wow, I really can’t believe that it’s time for a facelift already! Love the new Kee style steering wheel.

  3. ConceptVBS says:

    I like the higher quality materials used.

  4. Bornloser says:

    Greg d c… Is this a serious question?
    Does North America have power steering or is it an option……

  5. isellkia says:

    I agrea with patrick i love the wheel.

  6. LMAO @ Bornloser! BRILLIANT reply!
    Airbags (for the driver at least) are MANDATORY!

  7. Greg da chajee says:

    Yeah its a serious question, if I knew that answer would I ask the question? I have been to europe in the early 90’s. I know the states air bags are mandatory just like the TPMS sensors etc. But I am not sure about european safety standards..

  8. Bornloser says:

    Greg dc, by no means , please don’t be offended. I lived in the states late eighties, and sometimes it looks like (some) Americans are still very ignorant ’bout anything across the oceans…

  9. European crash tests are WAAAAY more stringent than the US ones. Many of the cars we get from the US that gave 5 star ratings over there only barely manage 4 in the EuroNCAP tests

  10. smudge says:

    Great car as it is,` if it isn`t broke. don`t fix it`. Kia, why don`t you push your UK market as Hyundai do, you`re losing out on a lot of sales, especially with the 7 Year warranty!

  11. I think the interior updates are great HOWEVER. I really am not keen on the front of the facelifted version =S

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