This is the Kia Track'ster concept first live photos

First unveiled as a design rather summary, the book is now Track'ster through official photos. The Track'ster is a concept that suggests what might be the sporty three-door version of the Soul. Designed by Californian studio Kia, the Track'ster adopts a design very muscular, with broad wings, front bumper rather demonstrative, magnificent rims 19 "and side air intakes. Glass surface increases the sensation of reduced compactness and appearance "bundle of nerves" in Korean.
Under the hood is a 2.0 turbocharged petrol which develops 250 hp, the power being transmitted to all four wheels via a gearbox six-speed manual.
The interior also seems particularly well, with beautiful two-tone bucket seats and a dashboard pleasing to the eye without being too fanciful nor overloaded. However, the rear seats are non-existent and replaced by a variety of themed storage compartment, separated by the spare wheel and overhung by a strut bar.
"The idea was to give the Track'ster a rough style, like a bulldog", commented Tom Kearns, chief designer of Kia. The mission seems accomplished.
Of course, it happens when one wonders if the Track'ster will end one day on the production lines: Kia says that currently there are no plans to produce the small crossover Korean. But demand in the United States could change that.

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