The all-new 2020 Kia Soul GT-Line is not just another hatchback. There’s a completely redesigned exterior and interior, along with all-new high-tech features still allows the spirit of the Soul hatchback to live on. The upcoming new edition takes a rather holistic approach to enhancing Soul, everything from drivability, comfort and even the opening of the cargo area has been improved. There’s plenty of rear passenger comfort thanks to an abundance of headroom and legroom. Plus, there’s concealed undercargo floor storage, for smaller items and keeps them securely hidden from view.  With ample cargo space and a versatile design, Soul makes it easy to transport cargo of various shapes and sizes. The 60/40 split-folding rear seats fits up to five with ease, with plenty of room for cargo of all shapes and sizes. 

The GT-Line features a performance inspired exterior, with a unique front and rear fascia. 

Other upgraded amenities include:  an automatic temperature control that cools or heats the cabin to maintain your preferred temperature setting. 

The GT-Line adds sporty exterior accents, different 18-inch wheels, foglights, gloss-black mirrors, a triangle-pattern grille, and the leather-wrapped steering wheel. The forward collision warning, lane departure warning and drowsy driver warning systems are standard here. For drivers who need a little bit more fun and technology, a sunroof, keyless entry and ignition, a wireless charging pad, and the blind-spot monitor are available via the GT-Line Sunroof package.

THE NUMBERS:  MSRP—about $20,290 – MPG: Up to 27 City / 33 Highway