The StingAir is an insane diesel-powered Kia Stinger straight out of NFS
This highly-modified Kia Stinger looks like it came straight from a video game
With the Stinger being Kia's answer to the likes of the BMW 3 series, many drivers have rated it very highly indeed. According to German tuning company AMJ-Fahrzeugdesign however, it needed 'spicing up' a little bit.
Enter the StingAir. Resplendent in a custom race livery, this Stinger has received a new bodykit consisting of a front lip, side sills, ducktail spoiler, diffuser insert and rear spoiler and new rear lights.
The eye-catching bespoke wrap was completed by Singcomb, combining stylised writing with black details and neon yellow to create an incredible, one-off racecar-style wrap. All of this is protected under a ceramic coating, ensuring that this work of art doesn't get damaged.
Eagle-eyed readers may have noticed a significant altitude drop in this Stinger, and you're not wrong. That comes courtesy of a custom air suspension setup combined with Bilstein Performance parts. Even at its lowest setting, it leaves enough clearance for the Tomason TN19 rims to sit comfortably under the StingAir's arches.
The interior isn't quite as finished as the rest of the car yet, but already shows some notable upgrades. The Steering wheel and steering column have been retrimmed in grey Alcantara, and AMJ-Fahrzeugdesign says that the still have more plans for the interior of the SingAir.
Under the hood, the engine is still the stock 2.2l turbocharged diesel engine, delivering 197hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. This propels the StingAir to 62mph in 8.5 seconds, and on to a top speed of 140mph.
With this unique take on the Stinger still not complete, it will be interesting to see how the AMJ team take it further.