The next-generation Kia Optima is scheduled to be revealed at 2015 Ny Auto Show held in the first week of April, but ahead this debut, Kia has recently released the initial teaser picture of its new Optima (codenamed as JF) ahead of the Geneva debut.Kia describes the “Elegant Energy” vehicle only as a D-segment concept. But mysteriously, the vehicle only showed its shape until the end of driver’s door or B-pillar.A study from Motoring.com.au understands the notion car you can see here is in fact a concept that previews both, the next-gen Optima sedan – to appear within the Big Apple in April – and Kia Optima wagon, which is why the rear half of the car remains hidden. “The concept has been produced as a versatile and spacious accessory to an active lifestyle, like a purposeful, energetic design study for the style-conscious, and as a sanctuary from the stresses in the modern world,” said Kia.Both Optima models will gain the latest reinterpretation of Kia’s family “Tiger Nose” grille, as seen on the Geneva concept, where Kia says that are both “confident” and “powerful”.The interior quality will receive another step forward, like in the new generation Kia Sorento, and looking at the spy picture, the 2016 Kia Optima may have new 8? inch infotainment system under chromed bar, getting all of the attention from your new leather-wrapped dash, new infotainment and air controls. The 2016 Kia Optima will use exactly the same steering wheel we saw in the Sportage spy shots.The concept looks to get close to production ready and points to an alternative family of mid-size models from Kia, including sedan, wagon and possibly coupe derivatives, powered by petrol, turbo-petrol, diesel and hybrid powertrains.image image Press release Kia Motors Europe will unveil an innovative new concept, the Kia SPORTSPACE, at the 85th Salon International de l’Automobile in Geneva on 3 March 2015.Created for long distance driving, the SPORTSPACE has become designed for fast and efficient travel with maximum comfort and minimal stress, inside the best grand touring tradition of the weekend getaway.Designed at Kia’s Frankfurt design studio, underneath the direction of Gregory Guillaume, Chief Designer Europe, the SPORTSPACE features a unique and captivating body shape. The car arrives out of a commitment to provide stylish and exciting transportation for four which is also spacious and functional, without having to sacrifice the performance, economy and sustainability that Kia is known for. Recognisably a Kia due to its signature ‘tiger nose’ grille, finely judged proportions and simple, clean surfaces, SPORTSPACE has a bold, dynamic shape with real road presence. At the same time, it provides a high measure of interior comfort and substantial practical load space.Don’t wish to compromise moving around in style, comfort and with an element of sportiness,” explains Gregory Guillaume, Chief Designer Europe, despite the fact that “We set out to design an auto that is a totally new type of grand tourer – one for active people who need reasonable cargo space on the weekend.