While SEMA will not take place this year, automakers are using virtual announcements to share their wild designs, trying their best to keep the spirit alive. Among those who do this best are Kia Motors, which aims to show its wild side in a pair of SUVs named after the national parks. Based on the Sorento X-line production model, each model was customized by California-based LGE-CTE Motorsports. The first of the two wildlife-themed structures is the “Pine Green” Yosemite Edition version, painted with a matte finish and given black accents to match. Optimized for high altitude adventure, this vehicle has a sturdy roof rack complemented by a range of terrain lighting. The other Sorento is the Zion Edition version made with “Desert Sand” in glossy black. A confident desert explorer capable of handling plenty of material, with a low profile full-size roof box. Both cars sit on a set of 20-inch wheels fitted with 32-inch off-road tires, in addition to their own personal trim. Complete with a series of custom fenders, skid plates, and headlight guards, the off-road look really looks good. For detailed information about Sorento X-line, you can visit Kia Motors’ website. Do not go through the images.