They will need to be special to stand out from the crowd.
Ford has been bombarding us with previews of the crazy custom cars it will be showcasing at SEMA this week including modified Mustangs, trucks, and SUVs. Now, Kia has outlined what it has in store for the aftermarket tuning event. The Korean automaker has teamed up with DUB to develop a customized K900 and Stinger GT with aggressive styling designed to "meet the exacting standards of today's hottest athletes and musicians." With so much competition on display, they will certainly need to be special to stand out from the crowd.
The custom Stinger GT boasts several menacing modifications applied to the outside, inside and under the hood. Among the upgrades applied to the sporty sedan include a set of 22-inch wheels, a red and black leather interior, a custom exhaust and air intake as well as an air ride suspension.
Finished in eye-catching electric blue paint, the luxurious K900 sedan has also been extensively modified with gloss black accents, 24-inch wheels, custom upholstery, an air ride suspension as well as a specially developed multimedia system. Both cars will debut at the SEMA show in Las Vegas tomorrow alongside other custom Kia cars including "a world debut and an interactive enthusiasts playground."
There's no word yet if either car has received any power upgrades. In stock form, the Kia Stinger GT is powered by a 3.3-liter twin-turbo V6 delivering 365 hp and 376 lb-ft of torque on tap, while the range-topping K900 generates 420 hp and 376 lb-ft from a 5.0-liter V8.