Kia has announced a range-topping version of its Soul small car, the Kia Soul Inferno

Kia has announced a range-topping version of its Soul small car, the Kia Soul Inferno.

The Inferno is set apart by Tornado Red paintwork, dragon graphics and a rear spoiler. Gloss black detailing and 18-inch alloy wheels offset the red finish.

A similar colour scheme is adopted inside, with black and red leather trim and a bespoke gear lever design. Equipment includes heated front seats, air conditioning, keyless start and audio system with USB and Bluetooth connectivity.

Powertrain comprises of Kia’s 126bhp 1.6-litre CRDi engine with a six-speed manual ’box. 0-60mph comes up in 10.3 seconds and the Inferno tops out at 112mph.

The new car is available to order now, with pricing starting at £18,695.

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