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Kia Ray Plug-in Hybrid Concept

Kia Motors is clearly committed to creating machines that utilize alternative energy sources. The Kia Ray Plug-in Hybrid concept, first revealed at the 2010 Chicago Auto Show, is an impressive example of this. It is a strong indication of just how serious Kia is about their powertrain research program.

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Inside The Kia Ray Plug-in Hybrid Concept

The Kia Ray Plug-in Hybrid concept is part of the EcoDynamics sub-brand. It gets this prestigious sticker because of its worthy contributions towards the dream of vehicles that seriously reduce emissions and fuel consumption. This sleek four-seat compact sedan is truly a powerful combination of form and function.

To call it an incredible marriage of design and engineering really doesn't do it enough credit. This is a great example of a vehicle that has managed to achieve both the goal of significantly reducing a vehicle's dependency on fossil fuels, and of creating a car that doesn't sacrifice style or performance in being able to do this.

Built from lightweight and recycled materials, the Kia Ray Plug-in Hybrid concept features hexagonal roof-top solar cells that have been entrenched in the glass roof panel. This powers the extra lighting or climate control systems. The car truly delivers the touches that people want from a new car. The Kia Ray features a deck lid that is somewhat raised to decrease drag, touch-screen controls, drive-by-wire steering, a lithium-polymer battery, and cool-glazing solar glass. The interior design is also worth raving about.

The soothing white tones of the interior combined with the recycled materials to create a vehicle that can do a fantastic job of standing up to the hot son. This means you won't be using your air-conditioner nearly as often as you would with another car.

One of the most important aspects of this car, one that people will certainly want to know more about, is just how effective the plug-in feature is. You don't need to worry. A single charge can keep your car going for as far as 50 miles.

This is one of the most significant gains to date in the area of plug-in cars. It gives those who are interesting in the further development of this technology a lot to be excited about. The staggering fuel economy rating of 202 miles just makes the whole package even sweeter.


If the Kia Ray Plug-in Hybrid is truly the future, then it's a very bright future indeed.