The SEMA Show is starting to wind down but that hasn't stopped Kia from showcasing their PacWest Adventure Sorento concept.

The SEMA Show is starting to wind down but that hasn't stopped Kia from showcasing their PacWest Adventure Sorento concept.

Designed and built by LGE-CTS Motorsports, the crossover has an electric and deep-forest green exterior which was created by using a multi-layer painting process utilizing pearls that gives the vehicle an "ever-changing chameleon effect."  The model also has a tubular front bumper, LED auxiliary lights and matte black accents.  Other highlights include a GrillCraft mesh grille, a roof rack, extended fender flares and 17-inch BMF beadlock-style wheels with Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires.

The interior isn't left out either as designers installed two-tone leather and cloth seats with custom tire-tread embroidery.  Drivers will also find green painted trim, rugged floor mats and an Alpine Mobile Media entertainment system with an eight-inch display.

Since the model was designed to tackle the tough terrain of the Pacific Northwest, it has been equipped with an off-road suspension that features Eibach springs and Fox Racing 2.0 coilover shocks.  If the additional six-inches of ground clearance isn't enough, you'll be glad to know the model has skid plates, rocker bars and a MileMarker PE4500ES winch in case you get stuck.  The 3.3-liter V6 engine also has a snorkel intake system which ensures the concept has plenty of water fording ability.

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