Several companies have different upgrades for the new-gen Sorento in their portfolios, but if you want to make yours look like the one pictured above, then you should brace yourself for lots of web surfing, as it is not exactly real. In fact, it’s doesn’t exist outside the digital realm, where it was taken by Kelsonik, using some proper pixel-rearranging skills.
The red body and black accents, together with the Y-spoke wheels that spin around the red brake calipers, somewhat make it look like the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk’s smaller Korean cousin. At least that’s what this writer thought about it when he first saw it.
As for the actual changes, these are both discreet and significant at the same time. It sports blacked-out upper and lower grills, darkened headlights, and deleted chrome trim. It also rides closer to the ground and has privacy windows.
Should anyone decide to make their new-gen Sorento look like this, then a power boost is a must to honor the looks. And it won’t set them back a fortune either, because it can be done by tampering with the engine software and replacing the air filter and exhaust system. Those who are into more extreme stuff don’t need any tips, as they probably know what they are doing.
Now, you know how we feel about this red Sorento, but what do you think about it?