Kia Ray Plug-In Hybrid Concept 2010 posters

Kia Ray Plug-In Hybrid Concept

Kia Motors America (KMA) recently revealed the Kia Ray Plug-in Hybrid concept at the 2010 Chicago Auto Show, to continue the advancement of Kia Motors' global alternative fuel and powertrain research program, and its sub-brand labeled "EcoDynamics". Aimed to create innovative fuel-stretching and emissions-cutting technologies, the most efficiently-engineered Kia cars will bear the EcoDynamics badge. These cars include the Kia Borrego Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV), the Forte LPI Hybrid, the gasoline Kia cee'd Hybrid, and the twin-turbo diesel Kia Sorento Hybrid. As the world searches for efficient vehicle designs that merge sophisticated and sleek lines with performance and fuel economy, the Kia Ray concept is the outcome of a remarkable collaboration between design and engineering. Merging the Kia Forte platform, this four-seat compact sedan displays a prospective plug-in hybrid vehicle setup from Kia, made with lightweight and recycled materials, plus hexagonal roof-top solar cells fixed into the glass roof panel that can provide extra lighting or climate control systems. The Kia Ray is the fifth vehicle from the Irvine Calif.-based Kia Design Center America (KDCA) to be unveiled in the past year, after the award-winning Soul, Forte, Forte Koup, and the brand-new 2011 Sorento CUV.

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