Kia Soul EV Smitem Ice Cream Truck Bringing Liquid Nitrogen to SEMA

“Liquid nitrogen ice cream anybody?” This is what you’ll be hearing at the KIA booth during the upcoming SEMA show, as the carmaker is planning to throw quite a party for this year’s edition of the event.
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It will all start with the Sould EV Smitten Ice Cream truck, which, according to Kia, follows the company’s “A Day at the Races” theme. The green machine will use liquid nitrogen to make preservative-free ice cream and you’ll have plenty of flavors to choose from. Brake dust topping, anybody?

The Soul EV delight machine goes for a retro visual theme, using a two tone color scheme that mixes White with what appear to be Candy Apple Red. As for the retro part, this is mostly brought by the wheel and tire package, with chrome hubcaps and whitewall tires. A small trailer is also included, supporting a table. A set of speakers adorns the roof and, in case you’re wondering what the tune is, you should know the thing plays “Do Your Ears Hang Low?”

There will also be a Kia Sedona... bar

Kia knows all too well how hot things can get in Las Vegas, so they’re also bringing a bar, which will be built into a Sedona. The project is being put together in collaboration with Ballast Point Brewing Company.

The details for this one are even scarcer that those offered for the Sould EV, but you shouldn’t mind the aquarium theme on the thing - there’ll be nothing fishy about this. In fact, we’re expecting the custom wheeled Sedona to be quite an attraction.

Like any other automaker attending SEMA, Kia wants to keep us all engaged, so it has released a pair of teaser videos. You can whet your appetite below.

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