Imagine by KIA concept with 21 displays in the cabin will be released in a seriesDecember 29, 2019
The future electric car, built on a special platform for battery cars, will appear in one to two years.
The concept of Imagine by KIA will be on the conveyor. About this writes the publication Auto News Europe with reference to the director of the European branch of KIA Motors Emilio Herrera. The appearance of a serial electric car should be expected in one to two years. The concept is based on a special platform for electric cars. The prototype debut was organized in March this year as part of the Geneva Motor Show. Specialists of the European design center of the brand worked on its creation. They managed to combine in one car the most successful features of powerful SUVs, practical and roomy crossovers, as well as sports sedans for large families.
With this concept, the Korean automaker has clearly shown in which direction the brand’s brand design will develop.
The main feature of the conceptual Imagine by KIA is the abundance of displays in the cabin. There are 21 of them and they all boast ultra-high definition screens. They are located on the top of the front “floating” panel. With the help of such an architectural and technological solution, the brand decided to play a trick on those automakers who place screens on the front of their cars, the dimensions of which are constantly growing.
What will be hidden under the hood of Imagine by KIA, no information yet. Experts expect the production version of the concept to be the first KIA auto with a new logo. Recall that the new emblem, which the brand is going to designate its electric cars and hybrids, is now undergoing the necessary registration.
Meanwhile, KIA Seltos may receive an electric version. Such a “green” crossover will acquire a 201-horsepower electric motor and a 64 kW / h battery.
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