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What is the Kia Ceed GT-Line?

The Kia Ceed GT Line is a sportier, more dynamic variant of a vehicle that has evolved significantly over the years. Initially introduced in 2015 to establish a presence in the competitive hot hatchback market, the GT Line has become a favourite among those who crave a bit more zest in their everyday driving. It also makes for a practical option, easily accommodating the needs of young families.

Models from 2020 onwards come powered by a 1.5-litre T-GDI turbocharged petrol engine, a unit which enables the Kia Ceed GT Line to produce 158bhp. This impressive powertrain also allows for a 0-62mph acceleration time of 8.1 seconds, offering a blend of performance and practicality. The 1.5-litre engine employs Kia’s Continuously Variable Valve Duration technology for enhanced fuel efficiency.

In terms of body style, the GT Line is available as a hatchback. It competes directly with established names such as the Ford Focus ST and the Volkswagen Golf GTI. The model has undergone several updates and refinements to keep it in line with Kia's evolving design language too, including a new logo and a host of interior tech upgrades. Engine options have also evolved, with past editions available in 1.0, 1.4 and 1.6-litre iterations.

Kia Ceed GT-Line history

The Kia Ceed debuted in 2006, aiming to make its mark in a sector dominated by established brands like Volkswagen, Ford and Renault. Over the years, the Ceed has not only succeeded in challenging these stalwarts but has also carved out a niche for itself, thanks to its blend of reliability, affordability and performance.

In 2015, Kia introduced the GT Line trim to add a sportier dimension to the Ceed family. This new variant was not just a cosmetic upgrade; it was a comprehensive reimagining of the Ceed, designed to appeal to a younger, more performance-oriented audience.

The GT Line distinguished itself with a series of design enhancements, including a revamped grille, new air intakes in the bumper and a set of innovative front and rear lights. One of the standout features was the rear light cluster, which incorporated 48 honeycomb-shaped LED modules, adding a unique and modern touch to the car’s aesthetics.

The first significant update to the GT Line came in 2018, when Kia gave the model a mid-cycle facelift. This included subtle exterior changes, such as redesigned bumpers and new wheel designs, as well as interior upgrades like a new infotainment system and improved upholstery. The facelift also introduced new safety features, including advanced driver assistance systems.

In 2020, the GT Line received another significant update, marking its most comprehensive revision to date. The most notable change was the introduction of the 1.5-litre T-GDI turbocharged petrol engine, replacing the older 1.4-litre unit. This engine not only increased the car's power output to 158bhp but also offered a broader torque range and enabled the GT Line to be more competitive in a market increasingly focused on performance and efficiency.

Where does the Kia Ceed GT-Line sit in the range

The GT Line serves as a more athletic trim within the broader Ceed lineup. It comes with a host of standard features, including alloy wheels, front fog lights, heated seats and lumbar support. Optional extras extend to cruise control, a service indicator and advanced traction control systems. A range-topping GT Line S model adds even more features to the range, including a new seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

What features and equipment does the Kia Ceed GT Line have?

The GT Line is performance-orientated and boasts comfort and practicality. The cabin offers a blend of technology and convenience. There is a 12.3-inch digital instrument display and a 10.25-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system. Unlike some competitors, the GT Line also retains plenty of analogue buttons and switches for ease of use.

Standard equipment is generous and includes 18-inch alloy wheels, a sportier exterior design, dual-zone climate control and heated front sports seats. Driver assistance features include cruise control and a host of other safety measures designed to make every journey secure and enjoyable. For example, the GT Line is equipped with upgraded blind-spot warning technology and a revamped rear-view monitor, while additional driver assistance systems include lane departure warning and an advanced braking system.

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