SEOUL, Dec. 3 (Yonhap) -- Kia Motors Corp., South Korea's second-biggest carmaker by sales, said Monday it has added more safety features to its upgraded K7 sedan to boost sales.
Additional safety features include highway driving assist, forward and blind-spot collision-avoidance assists and driver attention warning, Kia said in a statement.
The car also includes a wireless phone charging system, it said.
The upgraded K7 comes in 2.4-liter gasoline, 3.0-liter gasoline, 3.3-liter gasoline and 2.2-liter diesel engine models. The 2.4-liter model is fitted with a six-speed automatic transmission and other engine models have an eight speed self-shifting gearbox.
The upper midsize sedan is priced at 26 million won-40 million won (US$23,000-$36,000), the company said.
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