SEOUL, Nov. 4 (Korea Bizwire) — Kia Motors Corp., South Korea’s second-largest carmaker, said Friday it unveiled four modified cars at an annual U.S. auto show, including a self-driving Sorento equipped with tracks.
The annual trade fair, hosted by the Specialty Equipment Market Association this week in Las Vegas, showcased aftermarket modified cars from automakers and specialty tuners.’
Fitted with tracks and a roof rack, the Sorento Ski Gondola can be run on a ski slope while tackling ice and snow, Kia said.
The Sorento Ski Gondola can send skiers to the top of a mountain.’
The Niro Triathlon is a self-driving concept car to help train a triathlete.
The car can pace a triathlete by projecting a laser on the road.
After completing training, a triathlete can take a shower inside the car and relax as the car drives autonomously.’
With a digital mixer board, studio microphones and soundproofing facilities, the School of Rock Sedona is designed to be used as a recording studio.
The minivan concept car also allows musicians to hold a mini concert.’
The Soul First Class is an autonomous concept car for commuters, Kia said.
The car comes with recliners and a 40-inch LED TV, which is connected to a laptop computer, allowing a commuter to relax while the car drives itself.