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South Korean car giant Kia has lifted the lid on five vehicles that have been given a superhero makeover in the name of charity.
A Batman-themed Kia Optima had been revealed earlier this month, with further models styled to honour The Flash, Green Lantern, Cyborg and Aquaman now earning a share of the spotlight.
All five vehicles are being displayed at the 2012 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, with the aim of raising funds for the 'We Can Be Heroes' campaign.
The special-edition Kia Optima features a Batman logo on its door panels and a collection of striking batwings between the driver and front passenger seats.
Meanwhile, a Kia Forte Koup has been given a makeover to celebrate The Flash, with the car boasting a stunning red paintjob and a lightening logo gracing the car's bonnet.
The Green Lantern-inspired Kia Soul goes for a more sporty approach, with the exterior being splashed in a blend of bold black and fluorescent green hues. The vehicle's tyres even grace the superhero's famous logo.
In order to honour Aquaman's complex outfit, a five-door Kia Rio features a golden, snake-skin like upper exterior design and a lime green bottom half. Sharp lines have even been included on the door panels, to represent gills.
Finally, a five-door Kia Forte, which features an eye-catching silver paintjob and an all-red interior, was chosen to represent Cyborg for the cause.
"We're excited for fans to see the unique, custom designed cars inspired by iconic Justice League Super Heroes like Green Lantern, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash – each demonstrating unique abilities and strengths, while presented together as a powerful team fighting the hunger crisis in the Horn of Africa," Amit Desai, senior vice president of franchise management at DC Entertainment, commented.
A further three Justice League-inspired Kia cars are set to be revealed in the near future, including a custom vehicle which integrates the most famous characteristics of seven DC Comic superheroes.
Once the entire collection has been unveiled, each car will be auctioned and proceeds will go to the 'We Can Be Heroes' campaign to help those fighting hunger across the Horn of Africa.
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