I’ve been missing the fully-loaded 2016 Kia Sorento that I drove through the mountains around Lake Tahoe during its National Press Introduction last year. It’s still on a short list of “might buy” vehicles for us when the time comes, and while the factory options are certainly fantastic, seeing what customizers can pull off is equally exciting. Kia is known for rolling into the annual SEMA Show each November with some sweet rides, and this year is no exception, with the 2015 SEMA PacWest Adventure Sorento on display from November 3-6, 2015.
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About the PacWest Adventure Sorento, Kia states: “To celebrate the American Road, here’s a taste of the PacWest Adventure Sorento, a tough, off-road utility vehicle equipped with custom suspension, snorkel intake system and a paint scheme inspired by the lush forests of the region.”
The vehicle will join another concept – a Sedona Multi-Purpose Vehicle that’s been transformed into a “Travel Photo Studio,” and last year’s Ballast Point Brewing Sedona, which returns for an encore.
Stay tuned… #KiaWanderlust