With the Frankfurt Motor Show less than two weeks away, companies are rolling out their new toys for the season and building buzz about the future. Kia has unveiled a new concept car that they are calling the "Niro," but they are playing it close to the chest as far as details go. The company has revealed that the car was designed to, according to Autoblog, "gauge public interest" and that it was created by European designer Gregory Guillaume.
The official photos above reveal that the compact coupe has butterfly doors, Tron-like yellow accents around the lights and tires, a massive widescreen digital display, and very unique angled seats. We are very anxious to get more information and a closer look at this interesting concept and the rest of what the big show has to offer. We have a feeling it's going to be a good one.
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