The Kia Stinger is officially approaching the end of its life cycle. The Tribute Edition serves as the last hurrah for the sporty grand tourer, which the South Korean automaker says will be indirectly replaced by the EV6 GT.
Kia Stinger Tribute Edition revealed to mark the end of production
There aren't any changes to the powertrain, so you get the same 368 hp and 510 Nm (376 lb-ft) of torque. Kia doesn't specify whether the Tribute Edition will be rear-wheel-drive-only or buyers will be able to opt for AWD as well.
The Stinger Tribute Edition was crafted from the GT specification which is powered by a 3.3L twin-turbocharged V6 engine.
The Tribute Edition signals "production of the groundbreaking model comes to an end." Only 1,000 units will ever be made for the entire world, with details about pricing and availability to be released at a later date.
One interesting detail reserved for this Stinger is the wasp emblem embedded into the headrests.