Slammed Kia Stinger GT set to hit America's craziest car show
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We noted that the four-wheeled insanity known as SEMA is almost upon us last week, when Ford revealed four highly modified Focus concepts — each of them more psycho than the last.
We also reported at the time that Kia were on the invite list.
That's not a surprise of course. Kia have long pushed to try and capture the youth market in the US (with their efforts including, but not limited to, adverts featuring talking, rapping hamsters).
So naturally it makes sense for them to return to SEMA, and take advantage of the huge hype around their new rear-wheel drive sedan platform; the Stinger.
Teaming up with West Coast Customs (of Pimp My Ride fame), Kia have confirmed that they'll be bringing along at least one slammed-to-the-floor Stinger GT to this year's SEMA — a car that will be teeming with a raft of other upgrades.
These include 21-inch forged wheels, altered front fascia, and an enormous diffuser compliment the widebody fenders that square off the Kia's sides.
... Not that we've been able to witness these things in their full glory just yet. The only image that's been released thus far is this year-on render, with completion on the Kia still to come.
The question now is whether this will be the only modified Stinger on show. My gut remains doubtful.