Kia's New Niro Small Crossover Concept Has Gullwing Like Doors
Aug 30, 2013 12:27
Kia showed off a teaser of its concept version for a Nissan Juke challenger earlier this month. Now we get to take a look at it in its entirety. It's just less than two weeks before it debuts in the metal at the Frankfurt motor show on September 10.
Kia calls the car Niro, and admits that it “hints at a possible future B-segment contender ready to take on the urban environment with style and tenacity, and will preview an innovative new powertrain.”
The automaker sure is getting sexier by the release. Check out a few more pictures of the car below:
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