South Korean carmaker Kia has reported a quarterly profit - after three quarters of losses - thanks to strong domestic sales of luxury vehicles.
Kia is 39%-owned by Hyundai
Profits in the three months to the end of June were up 36% on a year ago to 61.4bn won ($67m; £32.8m).
However, while demand for its luxury sedan dragged up profits, the number of vehicles sold was down 1.4%, Kia said.
It parent firm Hyundai said that it had made profits of 611.5bn won - better than analysts had expected.
Kia, South Korea's second-largest carmaker, said that it had benefited from the reopening of a production line at its main Hwaseong plant.
Kia is 39%-owned by Hyundai - South Korea's biggest carmaker.
The stronger won has meant vehicles from both firms are more expensive abroad.