Kia and DUB partnering on K900 and Stinger GT builds for SEMA


SEMA kicks off this week, so continue to look for all manner of modified cars, trucks and SUVs. For years, was ruled by aftermarket companies — it isn’t called the Specialty Equipment Marketing Association for nothing — but in recent years, the automakers themselves have used the show as an opportunity to showcase a variety of fun but often garish modified vehicles. This year, Kia is bringing a pair of cars that appear to fall somewhere in the middle of the spectrum.

All we have right now are a few teaser images of a bright blue Kia K900 and a silver over red and black Kia Stinger . has teamed with , one of the most famous aftermarket outfitters in the business, to design the vehicles. The K900 has been updated with gloss black accents, 24-inch wheels, a blue and black interior, air suspension and a “specially developed multimedia setup.” We’ll be disappointed if that doesn’t mean TVs in the headrests. The Stinger GT will have 22-inch wheels, a custom intake and exhaust, air suspension and a redone interior.

We won’t have any other details until the cars are fully revealed at Kia’s press conference, but stay tuned to the site this week for more SEMA coverage from Kia and other automakers and suppliers.

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