Detroit 2011 presented Kia KV7 Concept

If Hyundai’s booth at the Detroit show-stopper is a conceptual crossover Curb, the neighbors of the Kia keep visitors conceptual model Kia KV7. Unlike the Hyundai Curb, KV7 concept can not be called a compact, with a length of 4873 mm, width – 2033 mm, and the wheelbase – 3100 mm. Access to the rear seats is carried out through the doors of “gull-wing”, which of course is absolutely not practical for such a car, but very impressive. Minivan put on 20-inch wheels, and its design, even though it is in the angularity of style, looks very attractive. By the way, as in the case of Curb, they also engaged experts from the California design studio. Inside, presented in Detroit concept Kia KV7 is located just four seats, although the number could be increased. Technically, the car is a 7-seater, as evidenced by the “seven” in the model name. The rear seats are free to rotate, and when the vehicle is stationary, the “dissolve” is possible and the front seats. Comfort in the cabin create a wooden floor, a panoramic roof and soft illumination of the interior. Concept is equipped with wireless internet access and two touch screens, with which you can surf through the network. But under the hood of the concept Kia KV7 is quite a standard 2.0-liter turbo GDI model of Optima, which produces 285 hp (365 Nm) and is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission.

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