Kia intends to go into the wilderness with a custom built Sedona/Carnival
Kia introduced the Photo Safari Sedona at the 2015 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas.
Designed and crafted by LGE-CTS Motorsports, Kia says the Photo Safari Sedona comes with custom features that can be used by photographers to capture and edit still images and videos.
The exterior of the Photo Safari Sedona is fitted with a prominent honeycomb grill, a large bumper and KC HiLites Pro-sports Gravity LED headlights. The vehicle also has a custom tubular steel roof rack for DSLR cameras, a WASPcam action sports camera system, booms and jigs. Furthermore, the vehicle is equipped with a number of auxiliary lights.
The rear of the Photo Safari Sedona comes with a pick-up bed that has multiple compartments for storage, outlet ports and a hidden compartment for low angle shots. It sits on 17-inch 'Method Rally' wheels wrapped in Nitto Dura Grappler tires.
Inside, the standard eight-passenger Sedona is converted into a two-passenger vehicle that has a professional editing studio. The Korean automaker says the Photo Safari Sedona is integrated with a military-grade battery that can keep the on-board studio running for hours without starting the engine. In addition, the vehicle comes with a 30-inch retractable rear window and RW radio headsets.
Under the hood, the Photo Safari Sedona is fitted with the standard 3.3-liter GDI 'Lambda' V6 engine that delivers 280 PS and 336 Nm of torque. It is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.