2013 Kia Quoris | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine. – Kia says Quoris is “derived from the English words ‘core’ and ‘quality,'” but something was clearly lost in translation here, as Quoris is not only difficult to pronounce, it is utterly meaningless. Yes, we know it follows in a long line of such car names, but we doubt this is going to be seen as one of the good ones. It’s not Lexus or Acura, heck, it’s not even Amati.
Naming aside, the 2013 Kia Quoris should prove interesting when it launches later this year. Kia will be loading up the car with available features like full adaptive cruise control, a collision warning and mitigation system, blind spot detection and lane departure warning, and a multi camera system similar to the brilliant Around View Monitor system from Infiniti.
Locking your keys in your car is never a fun experience. You have to call the auto club or tow service, wait for them to either bring you a new key or break into your car for you. It’s something that happens to everyone at least once, and then you (try to) remember never to do it again.
A team of Kia engineers putting a Quoris luxury sedan prototype through its paces in the desert have just performed the lockout test – unintentionally. As you can see from these photos from the spy shooters at KGP Photography, once locked out of the car, the entire team went to work, trying to get back into the sedan by the most high-tech means possible: screwdriver, pry bar and wire hook.
2013 Kia Quoris Price :
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2013 Kia Quoris Interior and Exterior :
2013 Kia Quoris Interior and Exterior. – The Kia Quoris will feature an array of high-tech driving assistance and active safety features. “Quoris adopts a number of intelligent safety technologies never before seen on a Kia, in order to deliver maximum driver comfort and safety,” comments Chang Ki Kang, Senior Vice President of Kia’s Namyang R&D Center. “The Quoris can cruise at a desired speed, maintain a pre determined ‘safe’ distance from the vehicle in front, and even come to a complete stop if necessary. Quoris can also detect and warn the driver of approaching potential hazards using innovative audio, visual and haptic alerts.
“Our new flagship sedan possesses remarkable abilities to monitor and detect changing traffic conditions, and is constantly processing information, immediately deciding the right course of action and precisely executing vehicle movement controls as necessary,” concludes Kang.
– New rear wheel drive flagship to be named ‘Quoris’ for export markets
– Innovative driving assistance and active safety technologies
– Safety systems utilize radar, cameras and haptic technology
Advanced Smart Cruise Control (ASCC) :
The Quoris employs Kia’s first radar-based Advanced Smart Cruise Control (ASCC). Located in the right side of the front bumper, the radar system constantly monitors the road ahead, up to a range of 174 meters.
With ASCC activated, the Quoris monitors traffic conditions and speed in order to maintain a pre-determined safe distance from the vehicle ahead. The driver can easily adjust this distance by choosing from four options (52, 40, 32 or 25 meters at a speed of 90 km/h) using a button on the steering wheel.
The Quoris will also automatically come to a complete stop, if necessary. When the stop is less than three seconds and traffic ahead moves off, the Quoris automatically moves forward, resuming the journey. For a stop longer than three seconds, the driver has to manually restart the vehicle by pressing the accelerator or pushing the resume button.
2013 Kia Quoris Engine :
2013 Kia Quoris Engine. – We first brought the idea of this car to you in April, but at that time it was simply known as the K9. We also knew that it was set to boast a slew of powerful engines, including a 333 horsepower 3.8-liter V-6, a 385-horsepower 4.6-liter V-8, and a range topping 5.0-liter V-8 that punched out 429 horsepower. Despite all of that information, we did not have an official name for it.
Well, Kia has officially announced the name for this new sedan, and it’s a wild one. Kia has dubbed it the Quoris in all markets except the Korean market. This nonsense name is claimed to be a combination of the words “core” and “quality,” but aside from having a few of the same letters, we just don’t see the connection. Source: autoblog.com, autocarrelease.com