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Kia Optima Hybrid
Information and Special Offers

2020 Kia
Optima Hybrid

Power your journey.


A 6-speed automatic transmission and 2.0-liter Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engine deliver a combined 271 lb.-ft. of torque for an exhilarating drive

Regenerative Braking

Every time you decelerate, regenerative braking uses that kinetic energy to help charge the electric motor's battery

Hybrid System

Kia's full parallel hybrid system couples an electric motor with a gas direct injection engine that work together, or separately, to offer the optimal power combination for your driving conditions.

Streamlined for performance.

You'll never look at hybrids the same again thanks to the Optima's sleek external styling. Behind every clean line is future-forward thinking that combines aerodynamics with breathtaking visual appeal.

Driver Oriented Design

The available Integrated Memory System for driver's seat and mirror positions remembers your settings, while the standard auto-dimming rear-view mirror and Thin-Film-Transistor (TFT) information screen within the gauge cluster help provide insight into your journey


Your Optima Hybrid comes standard with convenient features like Push-Button start, Electronic Parking Brake with Auto Hold, and ample cargo space thanks to 60/40 split-folding rear seats

AR Owner's Manual

The Kia Augmented Reality (AR) Owner's Manual App lets you scan your Kia with a compatible smartphone to learn more about displayed features that appear on your screen.


Available voice-command navigation system features an 8-inch touch-screen with real-time highway traffic to help you find the most efficient route

Blind-Spot Collision Warning (BCW)

Standard BCW offers convenient visual and/or audible signals to help warn you of certain objects the system detects that may not be in your field of view.


Our patented Iso-Structure is made of 53% advanced high-strength steel for a stronger yet lightweight unibody, while strategic crumple zones help absorb certain impacts


Electronic Brake-force Distribution, Anti-Lock Brake System, and Brake Assist System work together to help manage braking power for added control.