Kia Soul'ster Concept Could Be Going into Production

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Kia has just announced they will unveil a two-door hothatch version of the Soul in concept form at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show. But the press release had a hidden Easter Egg. The 2009 Kia Soul’ster Concept that was created by the same design California Studio three years ago is "currently under final assessment for production".
The Soul’ster’s main features included a lower windscreen and Jeep Wrangler looks. It had seating for four passengers and looked at home on amy collage campus parking lot.

The concept also had a restyled bumper, LED daytime running lights and a set of 19-inch, five-spoke aluminum alloys. At the back, you had pickup-like bed and an exhaust tip on either side, integrated into the bumper.
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