Different shades of Kia – Check out our color grid

June 20, 2017 - Posted in ceed , Cerato , Color grid , Forte , K9 , K900 , Kia , Kia car colors , Kia Color Team , Kia Colors , Kia Motors , Kia News , Kia Soul , Kia vehicle colors , Lifestyle , Niro , Picanto , pro_cee’d , Quoris , Regist Featured Stories , Rio , Sorento , Soul , Sportage Posted by:


Among all the details that make a car look great, one of the most dominant visual features of a car is its color. The color of your car can be an outlet to express yourself and Kia likes to provide customers with a wide spectrum of shades so that every option can be a distinctive statement.

Many of the special colors that are available are showcased on our global Instagram channel (@kiamotorsworldwide) in a series we like to call ’Kia’s Color Grid.’ Check out some of our colorful offerings and the fun names that go with them!



Red is one of the most popular colors in the automobile industry and Kia has rolled out diverse variations of this classic hue to match the varying preferences of drivers.


Kia pro_cee’d stands out in its Track Red color while the Niro has enticed a number of drivers with its deeper wine-like Temptation Red. Kia Soul, one of the Kia models with the most color options, offers a bright crimson paint hue called Inferno Red. Our handsome Sportage in Fiery Red is also a popular choice among global drivers.




Very recently, the Kia Stinger showcased the intense and vivid High Chroma Red as its signature color.






If vivid and golden hues are more to your liking, take a look at Kia’s warm and vibrant shades of yellow. Yellow is a bolder choice that definitely makes your car pop and draws attention on the road.



Kia’s yellows come in shades like Picanto’s energetic Honey Bee and pro_cee’d’s brighter Urban Yellow. The tech-savvy subcompact Rio is offered in a richer hue called Digital Yellow while the Soul is available in Mustard, a shade that evokes thoughts of the well-known condiment.






There is an emerging worldwide trend towards neutral colors that blend well with both urban and natural surroundings. Earthy shades like brown are at the center of this new trend, and Kia offers our customers a wide selection to choose from.



A shimmery brown shade named Patina Gold is featured on the Sportage while the Sorento stands out in a soft and sleek Imperial Bronze. The Niro and Quoris (K900) ooze a bolder and sturdier appearance in Rich Espresso and Titanium Brown.






Silver is a classic and sophisticated shade that brings understated elegance to your vehicle. Bring some chic into your life with Kia’s range of silvers.



The Sportage and Quoris shine in luxurious light silver tones called Sparkling Silver and Mineral Silver. The Cerato (also known as Forte in some markets) bursts in style with the Silky Silver option. Last but not least, the Niro is offered in a deep and bold Metal Stream.




With Kia’s very own color team constantly at work to produce cars with distinctive colors for both the exterior and interior, we are expanding our range of fun and interesting shades and continuing our efforts to ‘color the roads.’

Our ‘Kia’s Color Grid’ series will continue to be updated on our Instagram channel, so follow us (if you already haven’t) to add a splash of color to your day. What are your favorite shades by Kia?


... Kia BUZZ : Kia’s official corporate blog


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