Carmakers have not been shy about letting the world know that they are gearing up for the future. Pretty much everyone nowadays has been putting forth technologies that give us a sneak peek at what’s to come within the next few years. Kia Motors is the latest to let us in on what is in store for consumers down the line.
The South Korean automaker exhibited its Boundless for All vision for tomorrow at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which is being held in Las Vegas, Nevada. The new strategy aims to show that mobility can be limitless, that there are boundless possibilities in the way we get around.
Committed to showing that a vehicle is more than just a conveyance for getting from point A to point B, Kia’s vision revolves around three core values:
- Autonomous mobility: It plans to field Level 4 selfdriving vehicles within the next few years.
- Connected Mobility: Cars, Kia believes, will be able to talk to each other in the future. This will help avoid accidents and create a harmonious ecosystem.
- EcoElectric: Kia’s goal is to launch 16 electrified vehicles by the year 2026. To kick things off, It unveiled the Niro EV Concept at CES. Powered by a nextgeneration electric motor with a 64kw/h battery, it promises silent motoring which is still enjoyable for those that choose to take on driving duties.