Minivans usually aren't given much thought but Kia is hoping to change that by introducing the Photo Safari Sedona at SEMA.
Drawing inspiration from fall foliage in the Northeastern United States, the uniquely styled minivan has been transformed into a "two-passenger image-capturing machine."
Created by LGE-CTS Motorsports, the model has a fall-inspired exterior with a Street Scene Speed Grille, KC HiLites LED auxiliary lights and 17-inch Method Rally wheels with a matte gold finish. The van also has a tubular steel roof rack that has mounts for DSLR cameras, a WASPcam action sports camera system, booms and jigs. However, the biggest change is the addition of a short pickup-inspired bed that multiple compartments for storage. Rounding out the changes are an airbag suspension and a 30-inch power retractable rear window.
Moving on to the interior, there's a uniquely upholstered driver’s seat, painted interior trim and a dash-mounted Daystar switch panel that controls all the auxiliary lights. The second row seats have also been removed and replaced by a professional editing studio which includes a handcrafted walnut desk, multiple storage cabinets and a 27-inch iMac with 5K retina display. The rear passenger sits on a racing seat which is connected to an Extendobed that allows the seat to slide out of the rear passenger door by three feet.