Fancy yourself cruising the streets in Kia’s sexy new Koup Turbo? Then it’s time you got the Koup Kustoms app and introduce yourself to the exclusive world of car modding using the latest 3-D modelling technology.
Set in a virtual ‘mod-shop’ the online game offers enthusiasts the tools and the tech to create their own virtual Kustom Koup with the ultimate reward of the chance to win Kia’s exciting new garage hero.
The “garage” will open for business on November 18 and budding modders will have six weeks to design the hottest, baddest Koup they can dream up for the chance to go head-to-head with other designers, win great prizes, and for one creator to emerge victorious as the ultimate car mod hero.
Up for grabs will be a brand new 2014 Kia Koup Turbo, along with a wealth of weekly prizes including a chance to ride along in supercar timed laps, learn precision drift techniques, how to race like a pro, as well as PS4’s, XBOX One’s, Karting days and an all-out paintball war package for you and your mates.
Players will be able to earn points by completing challenges and sharing their designs with friends, then use those points to unlock even cooler mod items for their cars.
Step into one of many garages and get to work on your personal Koup Turbo. All the tools you need are ready and at your fingertips – let full customization begin in your own virtual mod-shop.
Full Visual Customisation
Koup Kustoms is equipped with a massive range of customisation tools, from spoilers, rims, paint jobs, and decals, to bumpers, hoods, exhausts and headlights. Koup Kustoms gives you all the gear to let your imagination run wild.
Throw down with other modders and show off your designs. If you have the skills to teach other players how it’s done, you earn experience, rep and virtual coins to buy more updates for your ride.
Win Every Week
In addition to the grand prize, Koup Kustoms is packed with weekly prizes and the garage doors open November 18.
Alyson MacDonaldP: 02-9701-1768
Founded in 1944 as Kyungsung Precision Industry, Kia is currently Korea’s second largest car manufacturer and it’s oldest. From the company’s production of Korea’s first domestic bicycle, Kia moved on to producing Korea’s first motorcycle and the country’s first truck. Kia then became the first company in Korea to locally produce petrol car engines and the first domestic diesel engine. In 1979, Kia’s quality car production was recognised by the fact that two of the world’s leading European car makers chose the Korean car maker to build their ‘range topper’ models on their behalf – the Peugeot 604 and Fiat 132. But it was in the 1980s that Kia’s growth really took off. In 1986 Ford joined the list of car makers who looked to Kia to produce cars to be sold under their name, with the Festiva joining Ford’s line up first in the USA, then across the world, including in Australia for where Kia produced two generations of Ford’s entry-level car. Today, Kia produces a remarkably diverse range of vehicles sold in 190 countries around the world.