Still no pricing for the US. Manuel transmission only for the 252HP 4 clyin. I personally like the looks more than the Stinger

U.S buyers will be able to choose between three powertrain configurations and five trim packages, ranging from the Advanced spec to the flagship Sport model. Two engines will be available in a 252 HP 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder and a 365 HP 3.3-liter twin-turbo V6, with rear wheel drive as standard and AWD optional.

Either engine can be spec’d with an 8-speed automatic with standard steering wheel mounted paddle-shifters, while an optional 6-speed manual can be had with the 2.0T RWD model aimed at driving-oriented enthusiasts. However, it’s only the automatic versions that feature a launch control system.