Briefly, the White Tiger Concept is built based on the very successful and highly popular Kia Soul and this makes up one of the 2 upcoming special edition versions of this model which is set for next year. It might seemed to be a bit overdue though considering that the White Tiger motif was used to reflect the year of the Tiger which is 2010 and not 2011. But they did quite a remarkable job by putting in some nice all-white body and tiger-themed graphics along it.
On top of that, they also gave you newly designed body coloured bumpers, fog lamps, black fender vents, a sporty rear spoiler as well as 18 inch alloy wheels too. A push button start welcomes you on the inside apart from its black leather seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear knob. This model is set to start selling in the Korean market very soon.
The Soul Hamstar Concept is created by the ones in the company responsible for bringing out the Hamstar apparel line and hence they came up with a Molten Red Soul Concept model. This is where you get the red and black scheme which is supposedly made to reflect the hip and cool music hamsters. Outside the car, you will like its black gloss and aluminum sports wheel while inside you will like the black chenille stars fitted onto the back of the headrests.
And then there are the Kia Forte Hybrid Concept and Forte Koup Type R Concept respectively. The latter is of course a racing inspired model where the company said that they are considering to make that into a production car. This is developed by Kinetic Motorsports and is supposed to show how well they can tune up the performance of these cars. The Kia Forte Hybrid Concept on the other hand, which is also created by the same company comes with a 1.6 liter engine and a battery pack channeled through its lithium polymer energy. With these models in store, the future surely looks promising for Kia from here on.