Kia is having a blast at the SEMA Show this year with no fewer than six special cars led by the Forte Koup Mud Bogger, which we told you about last week. Sporting 28” off-road tires and unique lower-body cladding, this model is perfect for any adventure away from the beaten path.
The Kia Optima A1A, named after the Florida highway that leads to Key West, hardly flies under the radar thanks to a custom turquoise paint scheme, a gleaming set of 20” HRE S104 wheels, and a cream-coloured leather interior.
The Kia Sorento Packwest Adventure proudly wears toned-down hues of electric and deep-forest green, twin LED low-profile light bars, and a custom roof rack. It also rides 6” higher than a regular Sorento.
The Kia Sedona Photo Safari is a two-seater designed for travelling and taking pictures on the go both day and night. It offers a tubular steel roof rack, a removable rear window, and a 27” iMac with 5K retina display.
The Kia Sedona Ballast Point, developed with the help of Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits, serves as a mobile bar. The exterior finish echoes the nautical theme for which the specialty brewer is known.
Finally, the Soul-based Kia Trail’ster adapts to urban commutes and mountain excursions, according to the folks at Kia’s California design studio.