Superman joins Kia's Justice League rides

Last updated 12:35 30/01/2013
A teaser image from Kia of its

CUSTOM RIDER: A teaser image from Kia of its "Superman" Optima Hybrid to be unveiled at the Chicago Auto Show.

Ths seven-seat Sorento marks the final chapter in a 10-month, eight-vehicle partnership between DC Entertainment and Kia based on the iconic characters that make up the Justice League – Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg.
Ths seven-seat Sorento marks the final chapter in a 10-month, eight-vehicle partnership between DC Entertainment and Kia based on the iconic characters that make up the Justice League – Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg.

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The Man of Steel is about to join Kia's group of Justice-League-inspired custom rides.


Click on the gallery to view Kia's other Justice-League-inspired custom rides.


Kia Motors America has today released a teaser image of what it says is their "Superman" Optima Hybrid that will be unveiled at next week's Chicago Auto Show.

The Superman Optima continues the company's 10-month long partnership with DC Entertainment that has already produced the "Batman" Optima, "Aquaman" Rio, "Flash Forte" Koup, "Green Lantern" Soul and "Cyborg" Forte which were on display at the 2012 Sema Show in Los Angeles.

Today's teaser image shows that the Superman Optima Hybrid will, of course, be resplendent in blue and red and the Superman shield on the bonnet.

All six cars were created in support of the "We Can Be Heroes" campaign which aims to bring help and hope to the children, women and families affected by drought and famine in the Horn of Africa.

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