The world premiere of the Niro EV concept will be Kia's first new release since 2018, and will bring together the brand's latest technologies, including autonomous driving, electric vehicles and wireless communication technologies.
Showcasing self-driving and electric vehicle technology, the world's first in-vehicle 5G transmission system
Kia will hold the world premiere of its new electric concept vehicle Niro EV at the 2018 CES on January 8, 2018. The global event in Las Vegas will be the perfect stage for the Kia brand to showcase the research and development results of its next-generation energy vehicles and communicate its future automotive electronics and technology strategy.
The lighting system teased by Kia's original manufacturer will be more recognizable, and I believe the dynamic display of the lights at the premiere will better explain its design features.
The Niro EV concept that Kia is preparing to unveil will also be the same. In addition to continuing the electric vehicle technology that Kia has been actively developing over the past few years, the Niro EV concept also previews a new HMI ergonomic cabin interface system, autonomous driving technology, and the world's first in-vehicle powerless transmission system for 5G networks in preparation for the future of the car. In addition, in recent years, the car industry has gradually developed lighting systems with human-vehicle communication (such as directional lights, etc.), and Kia has also revealed that it will use the Motion Graphic concept to publish a new generation of more recognizable lighting systems.
Niro EV continues to position the current Niro Hybrid as a small crossover SUV
Lastly, from the five concept drawings released by Kia, it can be seen that the Kia Niro EV is still positioned as a small crossover SUV along the lines of the Niro Hybrid, which was launched first, but the exterior design has clearly entered a new generation. Detailed product details will be announced by the Kia original at CES 2018, and we'll be following up on that as well.