Kia Motors announced recently its first special edition Soul of 2014, dubbed the “Red Zone” edition.
Inspired by the ultra-popular Track’ster concept previously unveiled at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show, the “Red Zone” version is based on the all-new, second-generation Soul, which is scheduled to go on sale during the first quarter of 2014.
Built on the 2014 Soul Plus, the special model sports a white exterior paint and an aggressively styled body kit featuring red accents throughout, including treatment on the front grille, front and rear fascias, and side skirts. Custom 18-inch alloy wheels fill the wheel wells, while power comes from Kia’s 2.0-liter gasoline direct injected (GDI) four-cylinder engine, which pushes 164 horsepower to the ground via a six-speed automatic transmission.
The interior makeover features black cloth seats with red stitching, leather steering wheel, black-leather dash hood with red stitching, black carpeted floor mats with red piping, and sport pedals. The shift knob ring, air vent ring, dash speakers and console tray trim have all been dipped in red paint, continuing the “Red Zone” theme.
The 2014 Kia Soul “Red Zone” will be limited to just 2,000 units, and is slated to drop in the first quarter of 2014.