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It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s… Super-Kia!

by Conner Flynn
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Sure, Superman can leap tall buildings in a single bound and fly all over the place, but as Clark Kent, he still needs to drive in order to blend in. What do you think he drives? Apparently, it’s a Kia.
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After showing off a round of superhero cars last Fall, DC Comics and KIA teamed up to make this Superman Optima Hybrid for the We Can Be Heroes charity. It was recently shown off at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show. This super KIA features a grille that resembles Superman’s belt, a paint job that matches the big blue Boy Scout’s costume, along with red wheels and trim and trunk that mimic his cape.

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The interior is even better, with Superman emblems on the electric blue seats and steering wheel. If Clark is going to drive this, he is going to give his secret away though. Brake. Brake before Zod!

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