Kia Teases New Urban Concept Car

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While it's unknown whether Kia's new "urban concept car" will ever make an appearance in the U.S., a statement from the Korean automaker this week teased its appearance at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show in March. Kia's brief release on the concept car used titillating terms like "provocative and racy" to describe it, though the announcement was otherwise cryptic.

"With the company's signature tiger-nose morphing into a mischievous yet friendly grille and headlight arrangement, coupled with strong styling lines that exude speed and energy from every angle, Kia's newest concept vehicle is guaranteed to attract attention," the automaker stated in the release.

The news aroused speculation that Kia could be angling to compete with the Nissan Juke, the smallest crossover in the Japanese automaker's lineup.

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The Juke certainly needs come decent competition.

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and there are rattles everywhere. At 12,000 miles it is already shaking itself apart. Our 3 year old Hondas feel newer than this shoddily assembled, overrated tin can.

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Juke is a 4 door CUV, this looks like 2 door. Can they add another 2 doors. Can they provide more specs like interior space.

the nobility of the car is enough already. There you have your eye detached image says it all.

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