Slovakians building a RWD Kia cee'd with rear engine

by Aug 28, 2012All News, Kia3 comments

Crazy slovakian guys are currently working on one interesting project, a first generation Kia cee’d with a engine mounted at the rear, and RWD. The car owner, MitoMotorsport.com decided to mess up a little bit “guts” and there by create something original and unique.

Original diesel 2.0 CRDi unit went back behind the front seats. Followed by long work with all sorts of electrical and other installations that work 100% auto-tne than before. This phase of the mechanic managed to overcome a RWD Kia already has a number of test kilometers. Once finished, Mito Motorsports says it plans to use the car in hill climbs, rally cross events, and even drift exhibitions.

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Source: [MitoMotorsports] and [PetrolHeads]

Written by Jose Antonio López

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

3 Comments

  1. Pat

    FFS have some respect and at least edit the article if you’re going to rip it from another publication. There is a thing called plagiarism in case you didn’t know. Very disappointed as I visit this site often and I’m starting to notice it happening as of late.

    http://www.speedhunters.com/2012/08/rear_drive_kia/

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    • Jose Antonio López

      I think that’s is an error, we have two people collaborating, using the same account. This will be fixed in a few minutes. Sorry 😉

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  2. Pat

    FFS have some respect and at least edit the article if you’re going to rip it from another publication. There is a thing called plagiarism in case you didn’t know. Very disappointed as I visit this site often and I’m starting to notice it happening as of late.

    http://www.speedhunters.com/2012/08/rear_drive_kia/

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