Kia Motors showcase it’s all new full electric SUV at ongoing CES 2018. The company also revealed future plan which is offer a total of 16 electrified vehicles by 2025, including a fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) in 2020. Also, Kia to commercialize Level 4 autonomous vehicles in smart cities by 2021 & WiBLE car-sharing service to launch in Europe during 2018.
Kia Niro EV Concept powered by high-capacity 64 kWh lithium-polymer battery pack, paired with a powerful 150 kW electric motor. Electric car offer driving range of 383 kilometers with zero tailpipe emissions.
There is new Active Pedestrian Warning System (APWS) features a combination of front view cameras, object recognition technology & front speakers. If some one cross in front of the car, speaker sound alert so, person get alert.
Kia Niro has same designing as we seen on Niro hybrid with little changes that need for EVs like traditional grille is replaced by a smooth interactive display panel, combined with ultra-slim lamp technology in the overall front, In profile, modish compact crossover silhouette, elevated body & wide C-pillar.
Kia revealed new HMI (Human Machine Interface) that offer infotainment & HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems are controlled by touch and gesture while the steering wheel acting as a remote.
As per the company “Creating a more digital interaction between car and driver than in a traditional vehicle, the HMI allows drivers to ‘log-in’ to the vehicle using face and voice recognition. The facial and voice recognition technology, developed in collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), welcomes drivers and adjusts vehicle settings based on preset individual preferences. Leveraging ‘Amazon Rekognition’ and ‘Amazon Polly’ – highly accurate facial analysis and voice services provided by AWS – the new system disables many of the car’s functions if the driver does not pass the identification process.”
“Kia’s connected cars will be both boundless and connected and offer a new kind of mobility experience. Virtual reality, self-driving cars, and ‘vehicle-to-everything’ connectivity were all once considered technologies of the distant future. As they rapidly become a reality, Kia is exploring how to deploy these new technologies for its customers. Our strategy and vision for future mobility is demonstrated by a range of interactive displays, showing what our customers can look forward to,” said Vice Chairman Yang.
Kia also offer second cockpit that include with world’s first in-car 5G connection that means you stream contents reliably into the car, linked to the exhibit’s infotainment system as well as Separate Sound Control System, allowing users in the front and rear rows to experience Kia’s sound separation technology.
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