We guess you can call this one of the wildest Kia Cee'd hatchback tunes in the world. Built by Mito Motorsports, this insane version of the first generation of Kia's compact model packs a rear-mounted turbocharged diesel engine that drives the rear wheels.
It's still a work in progress, but the racing specialist from Slovakia, which also happens to be the home of Kia's European assembly plant that manufactures the Cee'd, has already transferred the compact model's 2.0-lter turbo diesel engine from the front end to the rear end of the car.
The inline-four has currently been tweaked to deliver 200-horses but Mito Motorsports plans to boost output to around 300-horses at a later stage of the build.
The racing specialist has positioned the fuel tank and oil cooler up front, and claims that the Cee'd hatchback's weight distribution now stands at 43:57.
Martin Ďuriš of Slovakia is also participating in the project as a designer and has completed two renderings to show us what the car will look like after the addition of a wide body kit.
Once finished, Mito Motorsports says it plans to use the car in hill climbs, rally cross events, and even drift exhibitions.
A video and photos of the RWD Kia Cee'd follow below the break.