Kia has released a sketch of its new Track'ster concept, ahead of the Chicago Motor Show this month
The Kia Soul range is expanding. This is the Track’ster, a concept designed by the same Californian design studio which penned the original Soul.
Starring at the Chicago Motor Show this month, the Track’ster follows in the footsteps of the open-topped Soul’ster and points towards a hotter and more exciting Soul variant, potentially giving Kia a rival to the Fiesta ST.
The Soul has been an enormous success for Kia in the US, with more than 102,000 models sold in 2011, which is why Kia has chosen a North America motor show for the Track’ster’s debut.
Although there are no official plans to put the Track’ster into production, Auto Express understands that the Soul’ster is due to hit showrooms when the second-generation Soul arrives in 2013 – expect the Track’ster to join it too.