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Kia Kue concept car

By luanpa in | December 18, 2009 | Comments Off on Kia Kue concept car
The Kia Kue concept car was designed by by Kia’s Design Center in Irvine, California. Because it’s a  concept and not intended as a production vehicle, the Kue employs some unique and distinctive design features,  including a single side door that opens scissors-style for easy access to both rows of custom bucket seats. Front-seat occupants access climate and audio systems via a touch pad and motion-sensing controls; rear-seat passengers get their own control interface.

 The Kia Kue concept fitted with a 400-hp supercharged 4.6-liter V-8 engine.  It drives all four wheels through a five-speed manumatic transmission. This is a new corporate Kia/Hyundai engine that will likely end up in Hyundai’s forthcoming rear-wheel-drive entry-luxury sedan. In keeping with its concept-car nature. The Kia Kue has a monocoque platform that sits on 22 inch wheels with a wheelbase of more than 114 inches, packaged in an overall length of 186 inches. Though purely a concept, the Kia Kue does hint at future styling directions for the company.

Kia Kue concept car



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