The new logo - a stylised, somewhat abstract take on the brand name - looks simple, but lends a sharper look to the car, gelling better with the design than the old oval logo.
Slightly more standard features
Across the petrol-powered assortment, the base and mid-range Trendy and Prestige variants now get several new standard features.
The former now receives a leather, heated steering wheel, while the latter standardises forward parking distance warning.
Meanwhile, the top two variants - Noblesse and Signature - adds wireless smartphone charging as standard.
Meanwhile in the United States, their K5 range also get a similar line of updates including a new standard sunroof, additional wireless chargers, and an optional package for their range-topping GT-Line AWD.
Available only in left-hand drive (LHD), Korean Car Blog reports that the K5 has been "steadily loved by customers", with a total of 112,581 units sold from December 2019 to May 2020. Last year, it topped Korea's mid-size sedan sales chart with 79,072 units sold, overtaking the Hyundai Sonata.
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