Kia No 3 concept with unconventional panoramic roof
The 4045 mm long Kia No3 concept is finished in matt Titanium Grey with contrasting gloss-white accents and will be unveiled on March 3 at Salon de l’Automobile in Geneva.
February 25, 2009 There are few details available just yet but you don't need to look hard to see the Kia No3 concept is quite different to anything you've seen before. The concept features a unique extended windscreen and panoramic glass roof with a diagonal supporting bar and an automatic sun visor. If the vehicle follows Kia tradition of turning its concepts into production vehicles, we suspect this is the first foothold for a new niche in the small car market.
The 4045 mm long concept is finished in matt Titanium Grey with contrasting gloss-white accents and will be unveiled on March 3 at Salon de l’Automobile in Geneva.
Designed by Kia’s European design team, led by Peter Schreyer, the No 3 also features the new ‘face of Kia’ with the front grille, head lamps and brand logo in a new constellation arrangement.
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