Montreal, Quebec – Kia Canada has presented the Canadian debut of the KV7 concept at the Montreal International Auto Show. The company said the concept challenges the notion that vans are strictly for family transportation.
“We are pleased to unveil the KV7 concept for its Canadian debut at the Montreal International Auto Show,” said Robert Staffieri, director of marketing. “The KV7 brings our corporate design philosophy to the next level with an unsurpassed amount of technology and sustainability features wrapped in a versatile package.”
The KV7 builds on the company’s philosophy of “embracing the box,” established by the Soul urban passenger vehicle. The interior includes four custom-built swivelling seats, a rear corner mini-lounge, integrated storage compartments, a WiFi enabled cabin and a large multi-use display that integrates infotainment, climate and navigation systems controlled by a trackball mouse mounted into the dash. A floating rear tabletop touch-screen computer display allows multiple passengers to simultaneously connect their smartphones.