All You Need To Know About 2018 Kia Niro EV Concept Crossover SUV

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2018 Kia Niro EV concept crossover SUV
A truly personal driving experience.
With its debut at CES 2018, the Niro EV Concept Car blurs the line between car and driver. With integrated technology that both excites and responds to your senses, it turns the driving experience into a more human experience. This Niro recognizes your face, reacts to your touch and gestures, and responds to your voice. Add to that 5G connectivity and an all-electric range of approximately 238 miles with zero tailpipe emissions, and it represents the leading edge of Kia’s technology innovation.
Designed for a more human experience.
The first step in Kia’s new ACE Strategy for future mobility.
Come face-to-face with the future.
Technology with a human touch.
The Niro EV Concept’s ultra-innovative technology puts you face-to-face with the future. With Kia’s human-machine interface (HMI), drivers can log into the vehicle using face and voice recognition that adjusts vehicle settings to personal preferences. Infotainment and HVAC systems are controlled by touch and gesture on the steering wheel and the digital dashboard display conveniently delivers information like vehicle settings, powertrain status, and trip information.
Intelligent design, driven to exceed.
Outstanding engineering pushes the boundary of what a fully-electric crossover can do. Powered by a next-generation EV powertrain, the Niro EV Concept delivers a driving range of approximately 238 miles with zero tailpipe emissions. And with energy provided by a high capacity 64 kWh lithium-polymer battery pack, paired with a powerful 150 kW electric motor, the front grille is replaced with a smooth interactive display panel and ultra-slim lamp technology.
Electric innovation driven to exceed.
5G connectivity puts you on the road to faster streaming and data downloads.
Feature Highlights

  • Separate Sound Control System allows front and rear passengers to enjoy different music without audio intrusion
  • 8 headrest-mounted speakers
  • 5G connection enables users to stream digital content into the car
  • Noise cancellation technology helps mute sound from the other row of seats
  • New Active Pedestrian Warning System (APWS) features front view cameras, object recognition technology, and front speakers

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