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2016 Kia Soul First Class

The Soul First Class is an upscale inter-city chariot that lets business travelers work and relax as they journey to out-of-town meetings and destinations. This self-driving custom-built creation from LÚX Motorwerks – with its rear-facing seats, absence of steering wheel and wide array of luxury enhancements – is about optimizing work and rest amid the hectic schedule in one's professional life.

Eliminating the need for a driver, the Soul First Class has a revamped front dash which now houses two rear-facing front seats. The Soul's passengers are then greeted by a 40-inch Samsung LED TV connected to a Mac mini computer system and premium audio speakers throughout. A custom motorized center console reveals two tablets, which control this futuristic Kia. To match the first-class electronic system is first-class comfort with white and gray leather with diamond stitching throughout the cabin, and modern gray wood flooring to match.

The Soul's exterior brings about the same level of luxury as the interior with PPG Lux Blue paint and modified upper and lower grilles with LED lighting. The 19-inch Rotiform Monoblock CCV wheels bring a modern vibe to the car's exterior and round out the complete autonomous vehicle inspired overhaul.

Source - Kia

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Kia Monthly Sales Volume

April 2019
51,385
March 2019
55,814
February 2019
43,406
January 2019
37,376
December 2018
47,428
November 2018
45,101
October 2018
45,102
September 2018
51,503
August 2018
53,864
July 2018
53,112
June 2018
56,571
May 2018
59,462
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