Monday, July 28, 2008

Mystery car


Not sure what that is .
Looks like it was taken in Korean, but I'm not sure which Hyundai or Kia it could be....
Any idea?

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

The cover-up is very Kia-esque.

Anonymous said...

I would say Chery, but the grille is kind of Kia-esque.
So, don't know.

Anonymous said...

It is the new Kia Kahka.

Magical Trevor said...

Toyota Venza?

Anonymous said...

DAEWOO-GM REZZO (KOREA)=
CHEVROLET TACUMA (USA) =
OPEL/VAUHHALL ZAFIRA (EU)
????

Anonymous said...

look at the grille. thats definitely a kia

Anonymous said...

production Hyundai Portico?

Anonymous said...

Not a toyota venza. The vehicle pictured is too square to be a venza.

Anonymous said...

Could it be the replacement for the next Kia Sorento?

Soul2Stinger said...

We already have pics of the new sorrento...im stumped

Anonymous said...

i think this is the kia version of the hyundai 120.... because isn't the new spectra replacement based on the elantra? and seeing as how they're selling the i20 as a sort of elantra wagon in n.a., it would make sense for kia to have a wagon/hatchback to sell as well.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the replacement for the Hyundai Trajet in Europe.

Anonymous said...

I'd go with the Tacuma/Rezzo. That ones long overdue for replacement and is butt ugly to boot.

Anonymous said...

I think it may be a Honda Stream, the headlights and the three slat grill....The rumor is that they may be coming over here in 2009.

Brian Burke said...

Looks a lot like the Toyota Innova. Could be the new Toyota CUV 'replacement' for the Solara or a mule for it.

Anonymous said...

cute the box says i don't like toyotas and this looks like a boring toyota

Anonymous said...

I'm going with Hyundai SO. SO is the development code for the European Matrix replacement.

Anonymous said...

It looks pretty large next to that Sonata.. can't be an Elantra or Matrix IMO. Is it a Kia version of the Veracruz? That seems like too much model proliferation, since there's already new Sorento and Borrego models to bookend something that size.