Kia Pop concept car image gallery

More Kia Pop concept images revealed ahead of Paris Auto Show debut…

Kia today released some new images of its up-coming Pop concept car, which will be making its official public premiere at the auto show in Paris. These latest shots preview the new Kia Pop concept car from all angles and provides us some additional insight into the electric-powered city car.

Created at Kia’s European design centre (Germany) under the leadership of Peter Schreyer, Kia’s chief design officer, and Gregory Guillame, Kia Europe’s chief designer, the Pop concept car boasts striking exterior appearance, modern interior lay-out and innovative door-openning system.

Is it going to production? As a concept car, there’s a good chance that Pop concept car won’t ever get built. But in the current climate in which carmakers are under huge pressure to produce eco-friendly electric cars, who knows? Several other automobile makers, including Opel, Chevrolet and BMW have already announced their intentions to produce similarly-sized electric cars, so Kia should better hurry up and introduce their very own rival to the forth-coming electric city-cars.

The all-new Pop concept car will be displayed in Paris at Kia’s Green Zone, which will also preview other Kia cars, including new Optima sedan, Sportage hybrid vehicle and low-emission cee’d and Venga MPV models. Check out for more information about Kia at Paris Auto Show here.

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5 thoughts on “Kia Pop concept car image gallery

  1. I, too, think Kia needs an all electric to start in the 20k range. Even if it comes with standard features, Kia should be able to sell it with all the standard features Kia vehicles currently have. I certainly hope you are never in marketing. Not many people are going to pay 15-20k for Bluetooth and Sirius.

  2. Everyone I have talked to that owns an Amanti is disappointed they are no longer selling the Amanti. I actually really like the Amanti, and once you get past the fat duck looking exterior, it is a masterpiece of a car that rides more like a Mercedes than a Kia. I try to drive my grandma’s Amanti as soon as possible. I honestly don’t see too many Amanti owners wanting to buy a “pop”. Or the K7 Cadenza for that matter.

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