The South Korean based automaker Kia has recently released a commercial video with the facelifted Soul model.
After the Kia Soul facelift was officially presented to the public at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show in September, the Asian vehicle is once again placed into the spotlights, with the car manufacturer launching a promotional video aimed towards Europe. As you can see from the footage posted below, the company has chosen a South Korean professional golf player, Michelle Wie, in order to promote the Kia Soul on the Old Continent.
The facelifted version of the Kia Soul is coming with an updated exterior design highlighted by the new headlights, taillights, fog lamps, side mirrors and LED accents, along with some interesting new technologies which will please its future customers. On the European markets, the new Soul will be available with a choice of the new six-speed manual or automatic transmission, and future owners will also be able to get the optional EcoDynamics pack too, which is adding start/stop and alternator management, cutting down CO2 emissions to 125 g/km for the diesel and to 139 g/km for the petrol unit. The “new” Kia Soul is 15 mm longer than the previous version to a total of 4,120 mm.