The 2020 Kia Soul gives drivers a distinct, one-of-a-kind look. Check out the all new design features with Lauren Fix as she tours around Borrego Springs, CA.

Specs:

GT-Line – note the RED accents – more spirited ride
1.6L twin turbocharged engine + 7-speed AT dual clutch transmission – 201 horsepower, 195 lb. ft of torque
27 city / 32 highway / 29 combined
Sporty front and rear fascia
18-inch alloy wheels
P235/45 R18 tires
Unique side sills and front fascia with red accents
Integrated fog lights on front grille
Gloss black side mirrors
“GT-Line” badging
Leather-wrapped D-shaped steering wheel and gearshift knob
Chrome tip center exhaust
Larger disc brakes
Sport-tuned suspension

X-Line – off road spirit – camping lifestyle line
2.0L + 6-speed manual or AT – 147 horsepower, 132 lb-ft. of torque
27 city / 33 highway / 30 combined
Rugged body kit
Body cladding
Overfenders for chunkier look
Offroad-inspired accents
Unique 18-inch alloy wheels
Roof rail inspired accents
Optional two-tone paint
Fog lights

EX Designer Collection – Great value
18-inch alloy wheels with black spokes
LED headlights and fog lights
Two-tone roof treatment
P235/45 R18 tires

EV Model coming soon – Summer 2019
243 mile range

Prices:
Soul LX 6MT 2.0L I4 $17,490
LX IVT 2.0L I4 $18,990
S IVT 2.0L I4 $20,290
GT-Line IVT 2.0L I4 $20,290
X-Line IVT 2.0L I4 $21,490
EX IVT 2.0L I4 $22,690
GT-Line 7DCT 1.6L turbo I4 $27,490

Next-Gen Infotainment and Kia Drive Wise Technologies
Recognizing that one’s car is an integral part of their social life, the 2020 Soul continues to surprise and delight with next-gen infotainment and technology.
Available 10.25-inch HD color touchscreen2 with split screen function (standard on EX, GT-Line with turbo engine) and rear view monitor3 and parking guidance
Android Auto4 and Apple Car Play5
Bluetooth 6 Multi-Connection – two Bluetooth devices can be connected at the same time
Available 8-inch Head-Up Display2
Available 640-watt Harman Kardon7 audio system – twice the wattage of current Soul – with an amplifier and 10 speakers including tuned center speaker and subwoofer
Head up display

Safety:
Forward Collision Avoidance (FCA) / FCA Pedestrian type
Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
Lane Changing Assist (LCA)
Driver Attention Warning (DAW)9
Blind-spot Collision Warning (BCW)
Rear Cross Collision Warning (RCW)
Smart Cruise Control (SCC)
High Beam Assist (HBA)

Bottom line – it looks and goes and sounds – impressive!

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