Kia has unveiled a handful of sporty concepts at SEMA.
Since we've already covered the High-Performance K900 and Smitten Ice Cream Soul EV, we'll be focusing on the Ballast Point Sedona which is being billed as "one of the most heavily modified SEMA vehicles Kia has ever produced."
Designed to be a mobile bar, the Sedona features a hand-formed solid mahogany shell with a flip-top roof and fold-down front bar. The van has also been equipped with two functioning Micro Matic taps, a "jockey box" with 120-feet of copper beer-cooling coils and up to four half-barrel kegs of Ballast Point’s finest beer. There are also handmade cabinets and stainless steel counters.
The van isn't street legal but Kia says the concept is drivable and has a modified suspension - with custom airbags - to accommodate for the additional weight.