Girl of the Day: March 17th 2019 – Eleonora Boi

Sexy Italian TV host, sport journalist and socialite Eleonora Boi Pedrotti proting the new Kia ProCeed at La Spina Auto 2 Srl car dealer in Catania, Italy (February 2019)
How do you say??? Women and Engines …
#KiaProCeed is a power! Have you already tried it? I do 😃

Eleonora Boi on Ridin
A shot of a few nights ago in Catania where I tried the new Kia Pro Ceed and what are you waiting for? Go and discover it.
Eleonora Boi on Ridin

Eleonora Boi (born April 21st 1986) is considered one of the most beautiful journalists in the Italian sports scene. The confirmation is given by the number of his fans on the various social networks: 500,000 on Instagram. 49.342 on his private Facebook profile, 100.000 on the public one (but he has more than one), 85.000 on Twitter, where he often answers to his fans, who increase every day and love his breathtaking shots. It is difficult, however, to blame them.

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The Kia Ceed (styled as CEED; known as the Kia Cee’d before 2018) is a compact car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Kia Motors since 2006, exclusively for the European market. It was released in December 2006, superseding the Kia Spectra and is available as a three-door hatchback (Pro Cee’d), a five-door hatchback and a five-door station wagon (Cee’d SW), with a choice of four engines (two gasoline and two diesel), five trim levels (1, 2, 3, 4 and 4 Tech – previously S, GS, LS and SR) and either manual or automatic transmission.
The Cee’d is Kia’s first European-designed and built car and Kia intends to sell and manufacture the car exclusively in Europe. To mark the occasion, Kia took the initials of the European Economic Community, EEC or CEE in some places and added ED for European Design. Realizing that “CEEED” had too many ‘E’s, they replaced the last ‘E’ with an apostrophe, with “Cee’d” being the end result. The new Ceed’s name, unveiled in 2018, does not include an apostrophe anymore. The initials now mean “Community of Europe, with European Design”.