Post archive for ‘Design & Technology’
The All-New Kia Soul is now ready to roll out in Europe! We were careful to keep the design DNA of the original Soul, while improving and enhancing various vehicle features to present an improved Soul. So what’s so new about it? Click to find out!
About 100 miles north of Los Angeles, in the Mojave Desert, sit the final testing grounds, where every Kia vehicle must receive the stamp of approval before mass production.
Check out Kia in Geneva, Switzerland, for the 84th Salon International de I’Automobile, also known as the Geneva Motor Show.
Kia’s engineers have been testing the Kia Soul EV in Swedish Lapland, a little more than an hour’s drive from the Arctic Circle, where temperatures can fall as low as -35°C. Take a look at what extremes the Soul EV went through!
Kia’s theme for the 2014 Chicago Auto Show was “eco-friendliness.“ The 2015 Kia Soul EV, Kia’s first mass market electric vehicle, made its grand debut at the CAS. Check out all the details!
Fans and car enthusiasts all around look forward to the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), because every year you get a glimpse into the motoring industry’s Magic 8 Ball, a sneak peek of the future. As an innovator, Kia always strives to bring the best to every feature. This was clearly on display at [...]
Current motoring trends are all about connectivity—connecting drivers to vehicles, vehicles to the surroundings and vehicles to other vehicles. As the world moves beyond the smartphone to the smart car, we look forward to a car that is able to not only understand a driver’s needs, but also his or her wants. Kia’s aim is [...]
Following up on the behind story of the refreshed Optima, we were able to get hold of an interview with Mr. Ji-Hoon Han, Manager of the Overseas Product Marketing Team at Kia.
Completely redesigned in 2011, the Optima’s stunning styling has captured the attention of people around the world. The Optima is considered to have played a crucial role in positioning Kia as a leading brand in the industry, and its design prowess is evidenced by winning the 2011 red dot ‘best of the best’ title.
. Let’s go back in time and take a closer look into Kia’s love affair with concept cars. We are going to start this trip down memory lane with our KCV concept series and work our way up.
Playful but gutsy, sturdy yet impish – Kia’s dramatic new European concept to be unveiled at the IAA in Frankfurt on 10 September hints at a possible future B-segment contender ready to take on the urban environment with style and tenacity.
Last Wednesday marked the five year anniversary of the Apple App Store, and it’s amazing to see how much the role of apps has changed, especially for brands.
We’d like to introduce you to a campaign we’ve been pushing on our Facebook page and Twitter account called “#Makesure.”
Kia Motors started R&D on fuel cell technology in 1988. With the successful certification of our low-temperature (-20˚C) startup technology, we managed to overcome what was considered a major hurdle in FCEV commercialization.
EVs run solely on electric energy supplied by a high-voltage battery. It takes around six hours to charge the battery at a general charging station and 25 minutes at a high-speed charging station.
Kia Motors is continuously researching for ways to make our vehicles more energy efficient thereby minimizing vehicles’ harmful effects on the earth.
The Kia cee’d family offers a host of attractive and alluring benefits covering design, technology and safety.
The all-new Kia Carens (known as Rondo in some markets) is ready to shake up the compact MPV segment.
Take a closer look at Kia Quoris and learn about the luxurious features rare in its class.
The Big Apple, perhaps America’s most iconic metropolis, played host to the global unveiling of Kia Motors’ most iconic people mover, the all-new 2014 Soul urban utility vehicle, at the 113th New York International Auto Show.