After dropping a number of teaser images yesterday, the custom-built DUB Kia Stinger GT and DUB Kia Ok900 have lastly been unveiled. Each are at present on show on the ongoing 2018 SEMA present alongside the Forte GT, Forte Drift Automotive and Telluride vary.
The pair you see right here had been in-built partnership with DUB, a preferred aftermarket clothes shop within the US that specialises in custom-made wheels. To start out, the Stinger GT right here is wrapped in satin Avery Brushed Metal with carbon-fibre accents, and it rolls on 22-inch staggered Dropstars solid wheels shod with 245/30 Nitto tyres up entrance and wider 265/30 rubbers on the again. After all the fenders should be flared out for the wheels to suit, and the bonnet is produced from CF as effectively.
Inside, it will get a blood pink leather-based upholstery that’s combined with black suede for added distinction, and the dashboard can also be completed in the identical shade of pink. The sporty color scheme additionally extends to the steering wheel and boot house. Different upgrades embrace a exhaust system and air consumption for added efficiency, in addition to a custom-built audio system, LED lighting, under-bonnet dress-up package, air suspension and DUBiR tinted home windows.
Subsequent, the Ok900 luxurious sedan is spruced up with an Electrical Blue wrap job, and all of the chrome trims have been completed in gloss black. It additionally options air suspension, and right here the flagship sedan rolls on humongous 24-inch TIS solid wheels with 275/25 Nitto tyres.
For the cabin, DUB gave it a extra delicate restyle with Electrical Blue highlights, in addition to quilted black leather-based and suede upholstery. There’s a built-in remote-controlled LED headliner and lighting, DUBiR tinted home windows, particular multimedia audio system and MiFi web connectivity. Like what you see right here?
GALLERY: 2019 DUB Kia Stinger GT
GALLERY: 2019 DUB Kia Ok900
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