As the global car industry prepares for the long transition to electric vehicles, there is growing interest in the potential of compressed natural gas (CNG).
Engineered by German performance car specialist Albert Biermann and designed by the legendary Peter Schreyer, the Stinger is taking Kia into new, uncharted territory.
As part of this once-in-a-lifetime transition, Volkswagen is investing billions of euros in new powertrain and battery technologies.
"We believe in CNG as one of the many alternative energies that will coexist in the future." Andrew Shepherd, Head of CNG Products, SEAT.
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"Electrification is where we are hanging our hat because we believe it is the most efficient way to look at the future", Marek Reichman, chief creative officer, Aston Martin.
Fun is at the heart of the vision behind the Stinger, which has been heralded as Car of the Year by numerous motoring journalists since its debut in 2017.
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