The Rondo is still yet to go on sale in its native Korea (where it will be badged Carens), so we expect the model on show to be a ‘hands off’ visual display only, giving Australians a taste of what to expect when the model launches locally next year.
Track’ster on the other hand, remains very much a concept, but its local appearance gives greater credence to reports earlier this year that the concept could reach production as a second-generation Soul lifestyle hatch.
TMR will be on hand at Kia’s presentation of both vehicles at the AIMS media day on October 18th, so stay tuned for any updates.
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