2012 Kia Trackster Concept – It isn’t like we wanted anymore reason to love the Soul, but Kia went ahead and first showed the Track’ster concept in the 2012 Chicago Auto Show anyway. The Track’ster is really a three-door, all-wheel-drive, 250-hewlett packard version from the cute and cool urban Soul that people hope will get eco-friendly lights all along its route to production. That’s unrealistic, but follows along to discover why we would like the Track’ster make badly.
Up to now, the Soul continues to be not a performance machine. The 2012 Kia Trackster changes that inside a large way by eschewing not just a set of doorways, but the back chair in support of what Kia describes like a “fully integrated equipment tray and spare-tire well.” This tray is made to house headgear, race suits, mitts, tools and all sorts of the accoutrement that complements as being a serious track rat.
The concept for that 2012 Kia Trackster would be to run what your brung, so as the vehicle itself carries all you need to race, it must also move with sufficient hustle that you are not embarrassed driving. To that particular finish, Kia has fitted the idea having a turbocharged 2.-liter four-cylinder creating 250 horsepower that will get dissected with a six-speed short throw stick shift and additional divided of all four 19-inch wheels by an exciting-wheel-drive system.
Despite the possible lack of rear doorways, the 2012 Kia Trackster sports a wheelbase nearly an inch more than the Soul along with a 75.5-inch rear track that stretches nearly five inches wider. Likewise, its stopping product is also extra strength with 14-inch Brembos held by six-piston calipers in advance and 13.6-inch dvds with four-piston calipers at the spine. Obviously, the inside has additionally been done up for concept duty, but less it’s outdoors the arena of possibility.