Siegfried and Roy may no longer perform in Las Vegas, but it seems there’s still one white tiger living in Sin City. Earlier today, Kia teased its six concept cars for the 2010 Specialty Equipment Market Association show, including something it calls the White Tiger Soul.
From what we can tell, the White Tiger Soul is — get this — a white Soul, complete with decals of paw prints and claw scratches. Apart from this single photo, Kia hasn’t revealed much about the car, but we wouldn’t be too surprised if the vehicle is being considered for production — after all, the company has built a number of so-called designer edition Souls, including the Shadow Dragon, Ghost, Ignition, and Denim.
Kia also claims it’s toting along an additional five custom vehicles to SEMA, although the automaker isn’t saying much, if anything, about what surprises it’s planning for the show. We wouldn’t be too surprised to see tarted up versions of the company’s new 2011 Sportage or 2012 Optima on display, but we’ll know for sure come next week. Stay with Automobile to see all the latest news and happenings from the SEMA show floor.