With little over a month to go until the start of the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, South Korean car giant Kia has already begun teasing what it is bringing to the table at the event.
In order to stand out at one of the world’s most anticipated motoring exhibitions of the year, the manufacturer is set to officially unveil a “provocative and racy new urban concept car”.
While not going as far as to totally allow the cat out of the bag, Kia has released a series of teaser shots which show off a few of the features of the eye-catching crossover SUV concept.
Designed as a three-door hatchback arrangement, the vehicle looks very likely to provide the likes of the Nissan Juke, Peugeot 2008 and Renault Captur with serious competition.
People who closely analyse the teaser images, which are presented in a striking red hue, will also be able to pick out how the car’s narrow grille blends superbly into the headlights at the front.
Towards the rear, one particular design feature which stands out is how a pair of sporty bonnet vents and full width taillights gives the concept vehicle’s back end plenty of character.
Kia has further hinted at what motorists can expect from its innovative urban prototype car, by stating: “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.”
More will be seen of Kia’s new urban concept car at the 83rd Geneva International Motor Show, which takes place between March 7th and 17th 2013.
In the meantime, drivers can sample the brilliance of Kia by taking advantage of a great contract hire deal currently on offer on the Kia Sportage 1.7 CRDi 1 five-door Diesel Estate.
At a cost of just £189.99 per month, motorists can drive away with a stylish vehicle that delivers 54.3mpg on a combined cycle and is capable of hitting 62mph from rest in a mere 11.9 seconds.
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