While another standard Stinger GT was outside the SEMA hall giving punters a ride around a drift circuit set up in the carpark (we already knew the Stinger could drift), most of the interest has been focused on the modified show cars.
Inside, there are custom blue leather seats, an Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel and a gloss black centre console.
Along with the headline West Coast Customs car, Kia is using SEMA to show what can be done with a handful of aftermarket parts from trusted suppliers (below). The subtle exterior add-ons have been developed by Air Design USA, while the (rather pretty) orange paintwork is also a custom colour.
While both the Stinger GT Wide Body and the Stinger GT Federation are little more than show cars, we think Kia would be wise to bring the Stinger GT Federation’s exterior enhancements to the showroom floor as a factory- or dealer-installed package.