Kia's Rear-Wheel Drive Flagship, Aston Martin DB5 Back In New Bond Film, And Dodge Recalls Police CarsRay Wert2/13/12 9:00amFiled to: The Morning ShiftTmsTop831EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThis is the Morning Shift, our one-stop daily roundup of all the auto news that's actually important — all in one place at 9:00 AM. Or, you could spend all day waiting for other sites to parcel it out to you one story at a time. Isn't your time more important?1st Gear: This Is Kia's New Rear-Wheel Drive Flagship Sedan Last night Kia revealed the first official sketches of its all-new flagship rear-wheel drive sedan. Codenamed KH, the new model is Kia's first ever back-end-driven four-door and combines innovative design with high-tech features. From what we can see now, the new model features a softening of the brand's hard-edged "Tiger" radiator grille. Likely built off the Hyundai Genesis "BK" platform, the "KH" will be launched in the Korean market during the first half of this year — and other markets will come over the next 12 to 18 months. But will one of those markets be the United States? All we'll say is Kia PR is basically just working on when they're going to tell us "Yes."2nd Gear: Aston Martin DB5 To Drive Another Day In New Bond Movie, 'Skyfall' The Sun reports that James Bond's iconic bullet-firing Aston Martin DB5 is back for 'Skyfall' — the latest 007 film. No, you read that correctly — we didn't mis-type 'DB9.' Daniel Craig was spotted driving the legendary silver sports car, armed with machine guns, in a chase scene in the new film Skyfall. The DB5 will reportedly still bear the same BMT 216A license plate it sported on its 1964 incarnation in Goldfinger, back when Sean Connery played 007. Also, in other 007 news, The Daily Mail tells us it looks as though Craig might be getting a few tips on how to handle his wheels from Ben Collins — best known as Top Gear's last Stig — who was seen on the set of the film, again reprising his role as Craig's stunt driver.3rd Gear: Dodge Recalls 10,000 Charger Pursuit Police Cruisers The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced Chrysler will recall (PDF) almost 10,000 Dodge Charger Pursuit police cars for models years 2011 and 2012. The police cruisers may suffer from either an overheating light harness, which can cause low beam lights to fail, or failed anti-lock brakes and stability control systems due to an overheated power distributer. Both which can, of course, lead to fiery death!