Aggressively-Styled Kia Stinger GT And K900 Heading To SEMA

Kia is offering us a first glimpse into a couple of concept cars due to arrive at the 2018 SEMA Show, which is less than 24 hours away.

The first one is a Stinger GT, which benefits from a range of menacing modifications that cover the exterior, interior and engine. Among its upgrades we find a set of 22-inch wheels, air ride suspension, a red and black leather interior, custom exhaust system and new air intake.

Kia hasn’t announced anything else about their tuned fastback for now, other than the fact that the show car will be displayed at the Las Vegas Convention Center from October 30.

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Another custom creation from the South Korean car firm that will sit alongside the tuned Stinger GT is the K900. Finished in electric blue and contrasted by gloss black accents, it sits on 24-inch rims, comes with an air ride suspension as well, and boasts custom upholstery inside and a specially developed multimedia system.

Both the Kia Stinger GT and K900 have been made in collaboration with DUB, and are said to have been “built to the exacting standards of today’s hottest athletes and musicians”.

These two cars will be joined by other Kia custom vehicles at the 2018 SEMA Show, which will include “a world debut and an interactive enthusiasts playground”, according to the automaker.

Kia’s press conference will start at 9:00 a.m., on Tuesday morning.

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  • Jason Panamera

    Stinger’s interior is like taken straight from arcade games in such colors configuration.

  • TheBelltower

    The K900 is such a Homermobile.

  • Bash

    Interesting interior for that stinger. But that smurf K900! Who a actually approved that!!!


    • ksegg

      Ohhh, gotcha. Thanks MICHGO! You’re the best.

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