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Concept cars

  • What the future brings

    Breath-taking design studies, forward-thinking power train concepts and intelligent ideas custom-made for the changing demands of future generations – we are developing the cars of the future today. Discover our concept cars.

  • kia proceed concept

    2019 - IMAGINE BY KIA

    Meet the future of electrification at Kia. Electric under the bonnet and electrifying from every angle, the unveiling of this bold new vision in Geneva reflects our drive to bring truly iconic design to our zero-emissions models of tomorrow.

  • kia proceed concept


    Embodying all the spirit and athleticism of the pro_cee’d range, this extended hot hatch is reworked and reimagined to combine a striking new visual presence with a dash of real-world five-door versatility.


    Conceived and engineered for long-distance driving, the sportspace concept is the definitive answer to fast and efficient travel with maximum comfort and minimal stress. It is a reinvention of the grand tourer for the modern age, in the best tradition of the weekend getaway.


    The GT4 Stinger is Kia’s most aggressive concept car ever and a true enthusiast’s machine. Hearkening back to the glory days of purebred, affordable sports cars, Kia’s U.S. design team approached the GT4 Stinger project with an eye toward weight reduction, functionality and pure driving enjoyment.


    Playful but gutsy, sturdy yet impish – Kia’s dramatic new European concept to be unveiled at the IAA in Frankfurt on 10 September hints at a possible future B-segment contender ready to take on the urban environment with style and tenacity.


    The new Kia provo mixes ultra-modern technology with a self-confident and agile look to deliver an exciting new B-segment car for enthusiasts. Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2013, every curve, crease and line combines to a single purpose – to delight and entrance its owner and to bring a smile to the driver's face.

  • 2011 - KIA GT

    Design is instinctive. It takes you to the most ravishing places in your mind. With the GT, the journey is full of twists and turns, exhilaration meets acceleration, joie de vivre translates into effortless cruising. It’s time for a powerful experience. Meet the GT concept car, Kia’s new four-door sports sedan.

  • 2010 - KIA POP

    At the presentation of the unconventional, design-led POP electric car at the Paris Motorshow 2010, Kia once again became a talking point. With its striking design this less then three metre long, emission-free 3-seater introduces a whole new style to the city car segment.

  • Kia Ray

    2010 - KIA RAY

    The Kia Ray combines futuristic design with the most advanced power train technology. This dynamic concept car is a plug-in hybrid with a lithium polymer battery. In pure electric mode, the car has a range of 80 kilometres.

  • Kia KND-5

    2009 - KIA KND-5

    With its powerfully harmonious appearance, this sporty, luxurious sedan provides a glimpse of the future design of Kia’s new top model.

  • Kia KEE

    2007 - KIA KEE

    “The new Kia Kee is a clear sign that the Kia brand will appeal to and surprise a whole new customer base in the future.”
    (Peter Schreyer, Chief Design Officer, Kia.)

  • Kia KND-4

    2007 - KIA KND-4

    This compact SUV offers both limousine-style driving comfort and off-road capabilities. Although a concept car, the 3door, 4.47 m long and painted fluorescent green KND-4 indicates what future Kia models could look like in this segment.

  • Kia EX-cee'd

    2007 - KIA EX_CEE'D

    “I’m certain the soft top will experience a renaissance. The romantic notion of open-air driving has been with us for a long time, and for me, the canvas top is the key to a truly fulfilling convertible experience.”
    (Peter Schreyer, Chief Design Officer, Kia.)

  • Kia KUE

    2007 - KIA KUE

    “Good design should never feel forced”, says Tom Kearns, Chief Designer at Kia America. “In the future, Kia design will be characterised by a less-is-more philosophy and a strong, courageous commitment to Kia’s own unique personality.”