Posted on: Nov 03, 2011 | 1,967 reads

Michelle Wie’s Hole-in-One Kia Soul Shows Up at SEMA 2011

The Hole-in-One Kia Soul has arrived at SEMA and shows that Candyland is still relevant.
The annual SEMA Show usually contains its fair share of offbeat, one-of-a-kind and interesting vehicles that no-one would ever really drive or produce. Usually they come from individual tuning companies, however the Michelle Wie-inspired Hole-in-One Kia Soul comes from the manufacturer themselves and shows that Candyland isn't just a board game. We could discuss the abhorrent paint job or even touch on the powder-blue 20-inch wheels.
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We could elaborate on the technology fitted into this Kia Soul, like the 26-inch LED TV fitted in the back which is connected to an Xbox 360 and Kinect system for a virtual driving range. Heck, we could even speak on the practicality of having artificial grass throughout the cabin. But we won't. Take a look at the pictures and you decide.
Michelle Wie’s Hole-in-One Kia Soul Shows Up at SEMA 2011
Michelle Wie’s Hole-in-One Kia Soul Shows Up at SEMA 2011
Michelle Wie’s Hole-in-One Kia Soul Shows Up at SEMA 2011
Michelle Wie’s Hole-in-One Kia Soul Shows Up at SEMA 2011
Michelle Wie’s Hole-in-One Kia Soul Shows Up at SEMA 2011
Michelle Wie’s Hole-in-One Kia Soul Shows Up at SEMA 2011



 
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