KIA EV6, the great commitment to visibility

At a time when innovation and technological revolution have taken a step further in adapting to the automotive industry, more and more firms have opted to work on the visual ergonomics of vehicles. The Asian …

At a time when innovation and technological revolution have taken a step further in adapting to the automotive industry, more and more firms have opted to work on the visual ergonomics of vehicles. The Asian firm KIA has extensive experience in adapting models to users with surprising design. The new one KIA EV6 it was born to inspire every trip achieving the perfect visibility for customers and drivers.

It is one of its main premises and is that they have opted to give the user the greatest possible visibility to be able to relate to the outside in a safe, broad and effective way. The holistic visibility concept of the Kia EV6 covers numerous areas, from the design of the windshield, hood and uprights.

At Kia they know this well and that is why they wanted to provide the user with the greatest possible visibility. With up to 90% of the information perceived through sight, have opted to incorporate a front screen (HUD) with augmented reality technology, and a set of cameras and assistants that help the driver visualize everything that happens around him.

At first glance the KIA EV6 has very brandy exterior lines and that they have opted to offer good visibility. This model has an aerodynamic silhouette, inclined A-pillars that have been designed to affect little sight at junctions and roundabouts. Regarding the front part, it has great visibility, although it has a limited and reduced area without visibility.

The slender and minimalist dashboard, and the Advanced curved instrumentation display and the infotainment system also play in favor of visibility. The 12.3-inch (31 cm) double curved screens are covered with chemically reinforced glass, which enhances your vision.

A great driving aid

The Kia EV6 helps us detect what is happening on our left and right with systems such as the Highway Driving Assistant, which adjusts the trajectory of the car when an adjacent vehicle gets too close to ours and the driver does not detect it. The reversing camera with dynamic guides is also an aid when parking or leaving a parking lot. Once a driver gets used to its use, he misses it when he gets into a car that does not have it.

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