A Peek Into Kia’s Private R&D Auto Museum

Restricted to employees and special guests, not many people get an opportunity to visit Kia’s research and development center located in Namyang, South Korea. And aside from housing some of Kia’s top engineering secrets that are on par with how the flux capacitor from Back to the Future works, it also has this seldom seen lobby museum showcasing 20 cars with 190 more legacy cars tucked away in a huge undisclosed collection containing every single Kia model dating back to its first set of wheels, such as the 1969 three-wheeler T-600 truck. (more…)

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