The Ceed Family
Connectivity that Inspires.
The Ceed family
At Kia, we want driving to be effortless, so you can stay connected to your business on the move. With that in mind, we’ve equipped the Ceed family with intuitive infotainment features, along with efficient powertrains to help reduce your running costs. There are three versatile body styles to choose from, too. The stylish ProCeed shooting brake, the bold Ceed hatchback and the Ceed Sportswagon with its cavernous load space.
Connectivity that inspires
To make sure you have access to the information that’s important to you, a high-resolution, 12.3-inch instrument cluster is available on certain grades. There’s also a 10.25-inch infotainment screen, with access to helpful navigation and telematics.
Kia Connect allows you to communicate with your car remotely. Using the smartphone app, you can also send routes to your car, and even access information about previous trips – handy for recording your mileage.
Apple CarPlayTM and Android AutoTM both come as standard, so you can use some of your favourite apps – including Spotify, Waze and Google Maps – directly through the infotainment screen.
For those who regularly swap vehicles – using pools cars for instance – you can save your preferred vehicle settings to the cloud and transfer them to other vehicles. So everything is exactly as you want it.
Advanced, efficient powertrains
We understand that every driver is different, so the Ceed family comes equipped with a range of efficient petrol and diesel engines to suit every need.
The Ceed and Ceed Sportswagon are available with our advanced mild-hybrid powertrains, which use electrical assistance to help improve acceleration while reducing the amount of fuel you use. At the same time, our innovative Intelligent Manual Transmission helps to improve efficiency and lower emissions. Whichever powertrain you choose, each offers pleasing performance while keeping running costs and BIK tax low.
Safety and performance features
We’ve equipped the Ceed family with advanced safety features that will help keep you safe and even reduce the risk of accidents. For example, there’s Blind-spot Collision-Avoidance Assist. In the event that you indicate to change lanes, the car will warn you if there is someone in your blind-spot. If the car detects a collision is imminent it will take action to avoid an incident.
Similarly, to help keep you and others safe, Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist can take action to help prevent an accident if it detects that a collision is likely. It can even detect pedestrians and cyclists.
The upgraded driver Driver Attention Warning system monitors your driving to let you know if it might be time to take a break. It also lets you know if the vehicle in front is driving away at a set of traffic lights, for example.
All information (images, figures, etc.) on this website may vary by country and may not be to UK specification. The figures for all electric range reflect the expected results under WLTP and are pending homologation prior to final confirmation. Charging speed and motor performance figures refer to Kia test results, final figures will be communicated at a later stage. 3.5sec. for 0-60mph is the expected acceleration performance for EV6 GT version based on the preliminary development target.