center roll bar integrated into center console, see-through engine cover, front and side air bags, body side shaped to funnel air into engine compartment, high-mount rear exhaust, floating carbon fiber bumpers, front and rear, 3-stage DuPont Mysteria paint system, unique lighting system using a centralized light engine to deliver the light via fiber optics. The front driving lights turn with the steering wheel to provide the driver optimum night vision.


engine V6
valvetrain DOHC
displacement 2700 cc / 164.8 cu in
front tire size 245/45R18
rear tire size 245/45R18
wheelbase 2450 mm / 96.5 in
length 4039 mm / 159.0 in
width 1750 mm / 68.9 in
height 1150 mm / 45.3 in
transmission 6-Speed Manual

The Kia Sidewinder was a concept car that was shown at the 2006 Los Angeles Motor Show and then scheduled for production in 2008. The original design for the sports car included a natural gas turbine and electric motors in each wheel.

Designed at the Kia America Design Center by Marc Mainville, the Kia Sidewinder concept was meant to be an environmentally friendly vehicle.

Kia planned to produce the vehicle for production in 2008, based on a modified Kia Rio platform with a conventional gasoline engine.

Hyundai Kia America Design Center Designer: Eric M. Stoddard

The Hyundai Greenspeed Gator was among the entrants into the 2006 Los Angeles Automobile show’s ‘LA Adventure’ design competition. A competition during which the participants chose an activity accessible inside the southern California location, after which created a car for that objective.

The Hyundai Gator is meant as a purely fictional interpretation of the future drag racer. In contrast to the thirsty top fuel dragsters of aged, the Greenspeed Gator is driven by a hydrogen fuel cell providing electricity for two enormous electrical motors housed within the significant rear wheels.

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