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So, what exactly IS the EX Designer Collection Package Kia Motors has been touting with its new marketing campaign, “The new Species of Soul”? When the 2020 Kia Soul was first revealed, we got a little look at the future Kia GT Line and X-Line, but not a whole lot has been said about this new EX-Designer line. From what we can tell, Kia is starting to make a shift that allows consumers to get a little more bang for their buck, as well as entering a new lineup where personalization and customization are King.
EX Designer Collection
In the commercial seen above, “The New Species of Soul” shows off the 2020 Kia Soul GT, Soul X, and Soul EX Designer. The 2020 Kia Soul GT has a sportier exterior, black side mirrors, red accents, narrow headlights, and a grille that has a more angular design. Adding a more rugged look, the Soul X has fog lights, a rounded grille, unique wheels, and a roof rail for going off-road. The EX Designer…well it feels a little out-of-place.
It’s that time of year again. Kia Motors has produced a new marketing campaign for the third generation of the Kia Soul hatchback. With a newly expanding lineup on a global scale, Kia Motors America launched a marketing campaign that builds upon the brand’s new mantra: Give It Everything. Calling the new Kia Soul the “most adaptable version ever of the brand’s iconic urban runabout”, the new campaign is about the automaker’s ability to adapt to change. A lot of this can be clearly seen in their expanding alternative fuel lineup and their claims to become an all-electric automaker. The new campaign shows that they can still deliver to every kind of consumer while moving forward.
“We have taken the Soul to an entirely new level by giving it even more of Kia’s ‘Give It Everything’ credo. With the expanded lineup offering more style, utility, technology, comfort, and adaptability than ever before, it’s a whole new species of Soul…While nearly everything about the Soul is different, this campaign continues the fun and irreverent attitude that turned Soul into an icon over the last decade.” – Saad Chehab, vice president, marketing communications, Kia Motors America
Back when the 2020 Kia Soul was first unveiled at the 2018 LA Auto Show, we heard of two distinct trims that were being added to the lineup. They went by the name of “GT” and “X”, for the respective model lines Kia Motors has been putting together, starting with their new Kia GT Line. The 2020 Soul GT was defined by a sportier exterior featuring black side mirrors, red accents, narrow headlights, and a grille that has a more angular design, leaning into its sports car mystique. The X-line, however, offers a more rugged look with fog lights, a rounded grille, unique wheels, and a roof rail – all hallmarks of an off-road vehicle. We saw both of these in the new marketing campaign, entitled “The New Species of Soul”, but another model line also entered – the EX Designer, part of the new EX Designer Collection Package.