Kia is gearing up to unveil a concept previewing the latest phase of their continued design success.
Kia is showing no signs of slowing down in their continued quest to become a consistent competitor to brands such as Volkswagen, Ford, and Chevrolet. And with the talents of Peter Schreyer at the helm of their design studio, Kia seems destined to accomplish and even exceed their goals. And just two weeks before the 2012 Chicago Auto Show opens, the South Korean brand has revealed this teaser sketch of their new hot hatch concept.
Called the Track'ster, the concept is a three-door hatch with a low profile and an aggressive wide body kit. Kia claims that it's the "ultimate performance" Soul, on which it's based on. Most importantly, the Track'ster will clearly show the continued evolution of Schreyer's design language, which we first saw on the GT Concept revealed at Frankfurt last September. No word has been given regarding power, but we'll have more details for you very shortly from Chicago.