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ISSUE NO.2
A JOURNEY OF OUR DREAM

BORN TO DRIVE

The stingers' ability to run like the wind is a result of numerous rigorous tests
that have taken place in a variety of challenging environments all across the globe.

INTO THE ‘GREEN HELL’

The Nürburgring is a motorsport complex located in the town of Nürburg in the Rhineland-Palatinate region of Germany. The infamous 20km ‘North Loop’ – the ‘Nordschleife’ – comprises 181 corners. It has earned the title ‘The Green Hell’ and a reputation as one of the world's most demanding race circuits. So fearsome is its reputation, any driver with a category lap record is acknowledged as a ‘Lord of the Ring’.
The Nürburgring is a motorsport complex located in the town of Nürburg in the Rhineland-Palatinate region of Germany. The infamous 20km ‘North Loop’ – the ‘Nordschleife’ – comprises 181 corners.
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DANCING ON ICE

Average winter temperatures are between -20 to -30°C. The area surrounding Arjeplog is home to more than 8,700 lakes, which freeze solid in the sub-zero conditions.
65 kilometers north of Sweden's capital sits Arjeplog, a sleepy rural village with a population of just 3,000 people. Average winter temperatures are between -20 to -30°C. The area surrounding Arjeplog is home to more than 8,700 lakes, which freeze solid in the sub-zero conditions. Each winter, Kia creates an ice track for vehicle testing on the slippery surface of one such lake, comprising of a range of low-grip driving environments, including a skid-pan, handling circuit and slalom test.
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