South Korean automaker Kia has recently unveiled their Hamstar edition Soul which was first previewed at last year's SEMA show. Mainly, the Hamstar is just a graphics and wheels package that's combined with other options already offered on the Soul. It receives a body-color lower bumper trim, black fender vents with integrated marker lamps, black split five-spoke wheels, and an interesting set of exterior graphics.
Kia has also added some large black stars that read "Hamstar," which is cut out in the center. The front doors also receive two large hash marks that made us first think of the Dodge cross-hair logo. The interior has black and red leather seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, unique floor mats, push-button starter, and automatic climate control. Even the back of the headrests receive the star treatment, for better or worse. Official pricing hasn't been announced and it will arrive in dealerships this spring. Please keep the excitement in check.