The long-anticipated and talked-about Kia Soul’ster, a top-down concept based on the Soul, has made its appearance at the NAIAS in Detroit. The Soul’ster is an economical front-drive concept, a version of the Soul production model which was introduced last year at the LA Auto Show.

The Kia Soul’ster is a two-door concept with a roadster foundation that comes with a lowered windshield for a more sporty and hunkered down appearance. A two-piece roof gives the passengers the option of exposing either the front or the rear seating sections individually or both. The roll bars serve both as a slider for the detachable roof and for protection (which is absent from most standard convertibles).

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Kia Soul’ster Concept makes it debut at the Detroit Auto Show

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