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KIA electric concept car CES 2018 images

Kia Motors Will Unveil All-Electric Concept Car At CES 2018

The electric concept car has a human-machine interface (HMI)

Kia Motors will reveal an all new electric concept car and present the brand’s plan for future mobility at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. With Kia’s design expertise and highly effective battery-electric powertrain, the new concept will help the company take the brand closer to its destiny to electrification. The concept also includes a human-machine user interface (HMI) and an innovative new ‘motion graphic’ lighting system, previewing the potential for these innovations for market introduction in coming years.

Along with that, a variety of new in-car features and developments will be revealed at CES 2018. Kia’s interactive ‘Beyond Autonomous Driving’ will outline the company’s plans for vehicle autonomy and mobility, supported by the introduction of upcoming autonomous drive innovations.

Dr. Woong-Cheol Yang, Vice Chairman and Head of Hyundai-Kia R&D Centre stated, “Virtual reality, self-driving cars and trucks, and full vehicle connectivity were all once thought about technologies of the distant future. As they quickly become a reality, Kia is checking out the best ways to adapt these new technologies for its consumers. At CES we will share our plan and vision for future mobility, and show a series of innovative technologies that our consumers can expect.”

Kia Motors will also preview three interactive, cockpit-style displays created to show how the company will include brand-new innovations to boost interaction and interaction between occupants and vehicles. These consist new advanced driver support technologies and pioneering HMI functions, along with the world’s first in-car 5G connection.

KIA electric concept car CES 2018 images

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