Lead by former Audi designer; Peter Schreyer, the design team at Kia has come up with the No. 3 Concept which will be previewed at the Geneva Motor Show next week. According to the auto maker, the mini MPV concept will transform into a production model in 2010.

Finished in Titanium Grey, the No. 3 concept which measures 4045 mm long features the front grille, head lights and the Kia brand logo in a new constellation. Most interesting is the unique extended windscreen and panorama glass roof with a diagonal supporting bar, which most probably will not make it into production.

Other vehicles which are expected to join the No. 3 Concept in Geneva include the Kia cee’d with ISG, which simply means Idle Stop & Go. These fuel efficient cee’ds are offered with the 1.4 litre and 1.6 litre petrol power plants in three different body styles; five-door hatchback, five-door sporty wagon and three-door pro cee’d.

The auto maker will also showcase the prototype Kia cee’d Hybrid that features Kia’s Gamma 1.6-litre gasoline engine, mated to a 15kW, 105 Nm AC synchronized electric motor, a CVT transmission and the new ISG (Idle Stop & Go) system. Continue reading to view an image gallery.

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