Kia has unveiled its stunning new electric city car concept, the Pop, at the Paris motor show.
The Pop's styling draws inspiration from the Kia Ray electric coupé concept from this year's New York motor show. It has space for three.
It is three metres long, making it slightly longer than a Toyota iQ but half a metre shorter than Kia’s current smallest car, the Picanto.
The Pop gets a panoramic glass roof that reveals a purple with chrome trim interior, which has a front bench for two and an additional seat in the rear.
The position of the door handles also indicates the concept could use gullwing doors; other design features include LED lights. It is charged via a power point fixed at the rear.
Kia says the car brings “innovative design chic and dramatic styling to the city car segment”, although no other details have been revealed.
Kia also informed us “further information will be released in due course”, including details of the Pop's zero-tailpipe emissions.