Though details are sparse, we know that Kia's wedge-shaped, battery-powered, three-seat Pop concept, will roll onto the stage in Paris any day now. According to Kia, the sub-10 foot long Pop brings, "innovative design chic and dramatic styling to the city car segment." We agree, but you could also say that the Pop adds some fizz to the vehicles that ordinarily fall into the city car class, no?
Kia promises that, "further information will be released in due course" but the automaker has provided us with a group of new images of its striking Pop concept. So, hit up the high-res gallery and check this door-stop concept out. What's your response? Positive? Negative? We're split on this one. Just give it a look and then drop us a comment below. We're sure to have more on the Pop concept, including some live shots from Paris, so check back soon.
ELECTRIC KIA POP CONCEPT TO SPARK INTEREST AT PARIS
Kia Motors will continue its tradition of unveiling convention-challenging and design-led concept vehicles at motor shows when it reveals an all-new electric concept car at the Paris Motor Show on the 30th September.
Called the 'POP', Kia's latest concept car boasts zero-emissions – whilst in use – and at three metres long, yet with a three seat layout, brings innovative design chic and dramatic styling to the city car segment.
Further information will be released in due course. The 2010 Paris Motor Show runs from the 30th September to the 17th October