A Widebody Kia Stinger GT Is Coming To SEMA

Kia, together with West Coast Customs are presenting a one-off high performance Stinger during this year’s SEMA Show.

The car will feature a lowered front and rear suspension, a gloss black front grille, carbon fiber aero kit, 21″ forged wheels, widebody fender flares, a beefy diffuser and squared-off quad exhaust tips – those things are as big as the taillights.

There will also be a number of changes made to the Stinger’s cabin, although we’ll have to wait until Kia deems it appropriate to reveal what they are.

The so-called SEMA Stinger GT will be unveiled alongside two other customized Kia models on Tuesday, October 31st in Las Vegas – where there’s going to be a very strong South Korean presence with Hyundai bringing at least four concepts of their own.

Until then, all we can do is try to visualize just how wide and aggressive this one-off Stinger really is. Viewed from the rear, it almost seems like the car was lowered onto an existing wider base, rather than having the fender extensions built around it.

  • Nordschleife

    HELL yes PLEASE.

  • Leconte Dave

    Lordd

  • fabri99

    Mmmh, interesting!

  • Auf Wiedersehen

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  • Yanis Menard

    Mmmh, interesting!

  • TheBelltower

    Looks like garbage. Kia needs to tidy up this (overall good) design, not junk it up further.

    • Galaxium

      to be fair, SEMA is literally only ricing up cars

  • john1168

    I’m considering purchasing a Stinger. I’ll probably never mod it but I’m more curious about what other mods will be available for the Stinger. Intakes, exhaust systems, ecu tunes, wheel and suspension upgrades, lip spoilers etc… I have no interest in huge body kits.

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