Embargoed information is awfully fun to receive, but it's even more fun to share--especially when it's vague and provocative and fairly silly. Case in point: this release we received from Kia, which we'll share in its entirety.
Kia Motors to reveal new concept car in Geneva
- New Kia small MPV (Million Possibilities Vehicle) concept to redefine segment
(SEOUL, KOREA) February 6, 2009 -- Kia will reveal an all-new concept car at the Geneva Show on 3 March. Redefining the MPV genre, Kia will introduce ‘a great looking MPV’ with a unique glass roof treatment to create a cool and spacious automotive powerhouse.
And yes, the photo above was attached to the release.
So, that little bit of information leaves us with a whole lot of questions:
- Is there a "Million Possibilities Vehicle" genre? We thought that was only in movies.
- Do they mean "cool" as in chilly, or "cool" as in hip? Or possibly both? Both would be awesome.
- Why is the phrase "a great looking MPV" in quotations--single ones at that? Are they quoting someone? If so, whom? Or are they just doing that really annoying thing where grammar-challenged people put things in quotation marks when they really mean to underline them?
- Most importantly, when to we get to drive that stuff?