Higher frequency and large amount of Soul images popping up to the web confirms the fact that we are only a few weeks away from the day when Kia Soul makes it’s official debut.
Since we are getting closer to the Paris Auto Show, I’d like to inform all of you that the 2008 Paris Auto Show will officially start on October the 2nd and that highly acclaimed Soul crossover will make it’s premiere on the same day, at 4:45PM – Central European time.
We will closely follow all of the happening at the Kia stand in Paris, so you can expect to see a slew of Soul great photos and official information hitting the blog.
Yesterday, I was informed that this time, Kia will not show any concept cars, as the company plans to solely focus on Soul’s debut.
While I wouldn’t mind seeing another great looking Kia concept car, I completely understand the decision to fully support the launch of the Soul.
Afterall, this is the most important Kia car this year and it deserves all the of the attention, or as one of my dear friends from Kia Motors said, nothing is allowed to take the glory away from it!
Based on the comments and positive feedback from this blog and also from other automotive websites, it seems that Soul has already won many hearts and minds of automotive enthusiasts around the world.
For sure, this is one of the most exciting Kia products ever and should do very well on the world car market.
There is no doubt it will fight Scions and other youth oriented cars (Nissan Cube) successfully.
Here are some images of the Soul’s exterior and interior, taken at night.
As you know Kia equipped the Soul with some interesting interior features, including the lighting speakers- which you can see here- that have built-in LED’s that change color along with the music.
Another unique feature are the front seat covers that have the Soul name written in materials that glow in the dark!
Here is also a great pic that shows a beautiful center stack console with bright orange illumination.
I hope you like these shots. Provided by Soulclub. UPDATE! More interior images added.
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