Kia is set to unveil three Kia Soul concepts during the first press day of the 2008 Geneva Motor Show.
Called Soul Diva, Soul Burner and Soul Searcher, the concepts were created by the automaker’s European design team, under the guidance of Kia’s Chief Design Officer, Peter Schreyer.
The trio of Soul concept vehicles is closely related to the new production model, which is scheduled to make its world premiere at the upcoming Paris Show in September!
Featuring funky exterior styling, the Soul crossover is expected to appeal all sorts of people, but especially those young-at-heart (whatever their age)!
It will defy classification and encourage customers to build an emotional bond with their new automobile by providing a creative platform that they can customize to match their own character.
Kia Soul Burner
The Soul Burner is the ‘bad boy’ of Kia’s three new concept characters.A ‘show-off’ complete with dragon tattoos. From the outside, it is a mean, totally black beast with sparse flashes of scarlet. The tattoos are gloss black on the black satin paintwork, which shows a large dragon creeping over the bonnet. On the other side, a small dragon climbs up the C-Pillar.
Kia Soul Diva
The Soul Diva has been created as a fashion accessory for a style-conscious young-at-heart woman who regards her car to be as important as her entire outfit. Kia Soul Diva is like a supermodel with an aura of glamour, a bit flashy but playful and fun!
Kia Soul Searcher
The Soul Searcher is the concept that provides a haven of tranquility within the urban jungle, a comfort-zone on four wheels. It sets out to capture the spirit of Korean and Far Eastern culture with a focus on achieving personal inner peace and creating a calm cocoon for the occupants.