Kia Track'ster Concept: Photo Gallery

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In terms of design, Kia put the pedal to the metal, literally, with its debut of its Track'ster concept. Building on the heavy-metal theme it used during its recent Super Bowl XLVI ad, the automaker hired a Motley Crue cover band to welcome the concept to the Kia stage at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show. They were loud; so was the concept’s bright orange paint.

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The Track'ster concept takes the Soul's looks to new extremes with exaggerated, enlarged wheel arches, a lowered stance and carbon-fiber exterior trim. Though Kia says it'll never be produced, Kia can always dream.

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Cars.com photos by Peter Wynn Thompson

Kia Track'ster Concept

Kia Track'ster Concept

Kia Track'ster Concept

Kia Track'ster Concept

Kia Track'ster Concept

Kia Track'ster Concept

Kia Track'ster Concept

Kia Track'ster Concept

Kia Track'ster Concept

Kia Track'ster Concept

Comments 

ermatthe

only thing i dont really like- either the back should be jacked up a few inches higher than the front, or the roof should be chopped so that it's level from front to back.
Don't like the reverse slope at all.

attgig

I think the "reverse slope" is actually a trick of the eye. I think it's actually flat, but because the window shrinks, and the red line slopes downward, it makes it seem the roof has a reverse slope.

at least that's the way it looks to me... i could be wrong.

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