At a glance, it's clearly a Soul. It boasts the boxy body, but if you look closely you'll notice it's missing its rear doors. Well, one of them anyway. The Kia Track'ster concept is a three-door coupe. This allows for the vehicle to boast an all-around smaller body than its four-door predecessor, and Kia is planning to take full advantage of it.
Take advantage how, you ask? That would be by equipping the Kia Track'ster concept with a 185kW 2-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine. This option allows it to unleash 250 street-tearing ponies, while its electronically controlled four-wheel-drive system and a six-speed manual gearbox allow for the best handling possible.
Of course a vehicle that sporty simply demands an equally daring look to back it all up. And to achieve such status, Kia infused the Track'ster concept with a unique white and orange pain scheme. The majority of the body is bright white, while the roof, spoiler, and carbon fiber side-skirts are colored orange in order to draw a distinct and edgy contrast.
Unfortunately, Kia has no plans to bring the Track'ster concept into production at this time. But that doesn't mean that the company never will. After all, they did just confirm the Kia GT concept for a 2013 production date. So make sure to stay tuned.Central Kia of Lewisville, located at 2920 N. I35E, Carrollton, TX, promises to keep you updated on any news surrounding the Track'ster concept.