The Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) Show is set to take place next week and everyone from Scion to Ford have announced big lineups of wild modified vehicles. Having made appearances in year’s past, it’s little surprise to see that Kia will also be in attendance.
No specifics have been given, but a short press release by Kia outlines a total of six vehicles that will be on display. Kia describes them as being a mix of concept and “production-intent” vehicles, meaning that at least one of them is certain to show up at dealers soon.
Included in the press release is the above photo of what appears to be a Limited Edition “Tiger” Soul.
Kia will hold a press conference at SEMA to discuss its show cars, it’s design-lead transformation and its future motorsports activities. AutoGuide’s complete coverage of the 2010 SEMA Show starts Tuesday, November 2nd. Until then, check out our SEMA Preview here.