With the redesigned 2014 Kia Soul now at dealerships—where it helped Soul sales spike by more than 77 percent in November—the time has come for the first special-edition model of the second-gen urban-activity vehicle: The 2014 Kia Soul Red Zone, which will be limited to a mere 2,000 units after it goes on sale early next year.
The latest in a long and successful line of Soul special editions, the Red Zone will be based on the mid-level Soul Plus but then gets a sporty makeover inspired by the Kia Track’ster Concept. Highlights include a cool White exterior finish that’s enhanced by a full body kit, with the car’s new side skirts, as well as its custom-look fascias and front grille accented to match the Red Zone moniker. Further enhancing the Red Zone’s street presence are exclusive 18-inch alloy wheels, while its cabin boasts black cloth seats, a black-leather dash hood and black-carpeted floor mats, all with red accents. The same red is further used to trim the car’s shift knob, air vents, dash speakers and console tray.