Kia Forte Koup Mud Bogger is one of the six custom vehicles that the company is going to present at the SEMA Show this year. The ‘car' looks like it is chasing adventures and this definitely intrigues us, because Kia said that each of the hand-built concepts showcases unique geographic regions found throughout the country.

This of course has its aim and it is to show the variety of car cultures that define America's way of looking at automobiles. If you wonder which part of the US is representing the Forte Koup Mud Bogger, we should immediately tell you that it is the wild American South. But you probably have already figured this, since the image depicts the inexplicable joy of getting dirty on all fours.

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And even with a single look at this unique Koup, we can surely say that it can tackle any extreme terrain. This is because of its huge four-inch body and suspension lift as well as the gigantic 28-inch off-road rubbers.

It is necessary to add that to accommodate the massive wheel and tire combination, Kia has widened the fenders and side skirts and added extra riveted fender flares. Another cool thing about this Bogger is that it features rather luxurious panoramic roof with a vinyl pushback top. This is how the sun can shine over the stripped-down interior where the carpet has been removed and the entire floor has been lined with Line-X protective coating.

How about the stock seats? They have all been replaced with two Sparco Evo II Red Race Seats and hand-built roll cage in powder coated white. To sum up, the Kia Forte Koup Mud Bogger is definitely for those looking for off-road fun that will take them to a road less traveled.

Source: Kia