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Though I do agree, Kia could advertise the Stinger more and they shouldn't have much problem selling such an affordable and well balanced car.
SEMA was the best thing to happen to the Stinger from the way I see it. Give it a few months and you guy will see how much the aftermarket loves the Stinger, already getting a lot of interest from those groups. Too bad it takes a car maker like Kia to come around and do this and not Toyota, Nissan or some other brand that HAD the chance.
Come to think about it, Kia should have built a higher performing Stinger just for this display, similar to what you see professional drifters have. People need to see the potential of these and/or have a unique display to market it. Surely it would be a great way to spend $75,000 on just the car itself.
I think their idea was to show what basic model can do on the track. Drifters are the smaller target market for Kia (IMO) and usually, they don't need to see a car in this way to detect its potential. Hence they did it for the main target market and I think it was pretty good.