Hyundai and KIA showed automated parking and wireless charging systemsJanuary 3, 2019
Electrification captures the world. Conglomerate Hyundai-KIA published a video showing the future of automatic parking and wireless charging.
In the future, Hyundai and KIA will make their lives easier for their customers. To this end, work is underway on new charging systems for electric cars “over the air”, as well as automated parking systems (AVPS). For a better understanding and, probably, attraction of additional interest and investments, a teaser video was released demonstrating the concept of systems.
A feature of the systems will be the pair work. As it can be seen from the video, the driver can send the car to the parking offline, where he will independently take his place at the wireless charging station (if necessary). As soon as charging with magnetic induction is completed, the automated parking system for the valet parking (AVPS) parks the car in an empty space.
Hyundai and Kia plan to launch this technology around 2025, when the first cars with 4 levels of autonomous control will enter the market.
In addition, the driver can call your car from the parking lot. All this was made possible thanks to the constant connection between the electric car, parking, charging system and driver.
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