Finally, Kia is showing off some other interesting technologies at CES, many of which will be demonstrated in interactive Niro EV concept interiors. Plus its new "ACE" strategy will also make its cars more Autonomous, Connected and Eco/Electric.
On its global driverless vehicles programme, the company said, "Kia aims to commercialise Level 4 autonomous vehicles in smart cities from 2021 with a new Smart City pilot project". Kia expects that to be sufficient for around 238 miles of range. There's one big and obvious change, though - the lack of a standard grille (there's no need for one in an EV), which has been swapped for an interactive display.
CES: Kia Niro EV concept
Kia Motors has revealed plans to offer a total of 16 new electrified vehicles by 2025, including a fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) in 2020. It is a lightly restyled version of the company's existing Niro hybrid compact SUV.
Combining Kia's design strengths with a highly efficient battery-electric powertrain, the new concept represents the next step in the brand's ongoing journey to electrification.Читайте также: Police, family search for missing Houston reporter
Well, we can understand this decision from Kia because there is not much to say about the performance of the Niro EV.
Kia says the goal is "an innate sense of space and calm" inside the vehicle, which is enhanced by "soft shades of silver, grey, and bronze" on every piece of the interior. The concept also features a never-seen-before human-machine interface (HMI) and an advanced new "motion graphic" lighting system, previewing the potential for these technologies for market introduction in coming years.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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All this range is accomplished through a 64-kWh lithium-polymer battery pack paired with a single electric motor. Kia's system uses speakers in headrests along with active noise-cancelling to allow front-seat and back-seat passengers to listen to two different things simultaneously without disturbing the others, and without the use of headphones. As a matter of fact, a virtual reality simulator is now at Kia's booth at CES, giving participants the opportunity to live the "connected car" experience, which allows cars to communicate with each for improved safety, all in real time.Код для вставки в блог