The 2008 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) auto show opened it’s doors yesterday and on the same day Kia has also revealed what models had been brought to the event.
Just in case you missed our yesterday’s report, Kia has put four striking concept vehicles on display at their Las Vegas stand and, for sure, each of them is expected to gain it’s fair share of attraction.
Since we know pretty much everything on the Soul Burner and the Koup concepts, we will now focus on the Borrego Limited concept SUV and a modified version of the Rio5.
Starting with the first one, here we have a set of official pictures from Kia Motors America.
Making it’s official debut, the new Kia Borrego concept vehicle brings a host of chrome exterior features with plenty of bling on the custom shaped H-grille, front bumper, side mirrors, door handles and fender vents.
To project an assertive and sophisticated stance, Borrego Limited concept has been lowered and equipped with fancy five-spoke alloy-wheels in the size of 285/45 R22!
Along with all the chrome bling, monochrome black paint and limousine-tinted windows, Borrego has been perfectly outfitted for, as Kia says, cruising down the Vegas strip.
Inside, Borrego Limited concept benefits from leather upholstery with alligtor skin pattern and a sound system backing up a TV and navigation system.