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Video: Peter Schreyer talks about Kia Naimo
Watch the video with Peter Schreyer, Kia’s Chief designer, talking about the Naimo concept car…
The battery-powered Kia Naimo concept car, which made its official worldwide premiere at the 2011 Seoul Auto Show, was one of the stars of this year’s Korean largest auto event. Put on display alongside other Kia cars, including the all-new Optima hybrid, Kia K7 near-luxury sedan, KV-7 and Pop prototypes, the concept vehicle takes its name from the Korean word “Ne-mo”, (pronounced “Neh-mo”, meaning square shape).
Measuring 3.890mm in length, the Naimo concept car offers spacious interior with no B-pillars and rear-hinged rear doors that offer easy access to the modern cabin. The interior of the concept vehicle is fitted with natural materials such as Korean oak for the floor and door trim, and han-ji paper is used for the headliner.
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