The South Korean based automaker Kia has recently unveiled the Cub Concept, during the 2013 Seoul Motor Show.
After it was teased for the automotive event over these past few days, the Kia Cub Concept is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the carmaker officially pulling the wraps off the model. The Kia Cub Concept has been designed in Seoul, under the direction of the company’s president and chief design officer, Peter Schreyer, and it has a pillar-less mid section, providing an easier access to the rear wheels. The Kia Cub Concept has been inspired by the Kee 2+2 Concept and chances are it will hit the market.
Power to the Kia Cub Concept is being provided by the same 1.6 liter GDI (gasoline direct injection) engine found on the Kia Pro_Cee’d GT and Cee’d GT, which is producing a total output of 150 kW and 265 Nm of torque. The cabin of the model is getting black leather with yellow stitching, while the exterior has 19-inch alloy wheels and automatic touch door handles, amongst others. Additional details on the Kia Cub Concept remain unknown for the moment.