This is quite possibly one of the coolest concept cars I’ve ever seen, which means that it’ll probably never make it to production in its current form. I hope they at least keep the ultra slim side mirrors, because that’s pretty slick-looking (although I’d imagine they wouldn’t be all that practical for lane changes). Other fun features found on the Kia Kue crossover utility concept being showcased at the 2007 Seoul Motor Show include Lamborghini-style guillotine doors, huge bulging fender flares, and space-age front bucket seats that swivel 90 degrees so that you can actually face the door when you want to get out (or in).
The entire interior design is out of this world with flowing lines and lots of glossy plastic. You’ll find no fewer than two LCD monitors integrated right into the car. The first is in the usual location in the center of dash, presumably doing the whole DVD movie and GPS navigation thing (and because we’re in Korea, it might have mobile DMB in there too). The second LCD, however, is mounted right in the middle of the steering wheel where the airbag would normally be located. I guess finding your way around town is more important than surviving a head-on collision.