WEST POINT, GA – Kia Motors America most likely will put the Soul cross/utility vehicle concept, unveiled at last January’s Detroit auto show, into its product plans. “We’re pretty certain there’s going to be a production version (of the Soul),” Len Hunt, chief operating officer-KMA, tells Ward’s in an interview here. “That’s a good brand position for us,” he says, adding Kia will not be following sister brand Hyundai into the luxury arena just yet, instead preferring to sell products ...

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