The Optima SX comes equipped with a 2.0 liter turbocharged engine putting out 245 hp and 260 lb.-ft. of torque. The SX also comes standard with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters for exhilarating performance and control, and a sport-tuned suspension for a clearer connection with the road.
The EX trim comes equipped with a 1.6 liter, turbocharged engine and a 7-Speed, Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT) for those seeking a balance of real-world power and an EPA-estimated 27/37/31 MPG (City/Highway/Combined).
Optima’s styling features the signature tiger nose grille and available LED headlights that deliver brilliant style as well as illumination.
Available gloss black rear spoiler, mirrors and sport side sills with black accent trim, plus 18-inch gloss black alloy wheels5 give Optima a look that stands out even standing still.
The available Smart Welcome detects your Smart Key and automatically turns on the door pocket lights for easy entry when it’s dark. Also, stand behind the Optima with your available Smart Key and the Smart Trunk™ opens automatically for you.
A quiet, spacious cabin features a driver-side console that streamlines ergonomics for a greater sense of space. Available heated and ventilated front seats add even more comfort.
The available two-tone black and red leather interior for the Optima SX exudes ultra-modern cool and pure driving pleasure.
An available leather-wrapped, D-shaped steering wheel with molded grips offers hand comfort with shift paddles positioned for quick and effortless shifts.
From sending texts via voice or talking to Siri®, it’s the smarter way to use your compatible iPhone® in the car.
Plug in your compatible Android™ smartphone to send and receive texts via voice, use Google Maps™, and access an array of apps.
Available Harman Kardon® QuantumLogic™ technology with Clari-Fi&tradel delivers an astounding 7.1 channel surround sound through 10 speakers and 630 watts.
Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS) substantially increases body rigidity, while hot-stamping of components in 16 core stress areas helps boost body structure for better driving dynamics and a quieter ride.
The Traction Control System (TCS) is designed to help reduce or prevent wheel spin when you accelerate, while Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC) helps keep your vehicle in place as you move off an incline.
Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) is designed to help with consistent braking as weight load and distribution change. The Brake Assist System (BAS) can sense certain emergency braking situations and increase braking pressure.
Standard BCW is designed to help detect vehicles in your blind spot, and provide visible and/or audible alerts to help you avoid some hazardous lane-change decisions.