In a dramatic gesture intended to provide environmental benefits without expensive technology Kia has unveiled its new Aero-Soul concept that reduces fuel consumption and exhaust emissions with a simple and cheap installation called delayed airlines and propulsion.
Although the company unveiled the stylish and fun crossover soul patented system can be easily extended to all company vehicles and even available as a bolt-on accessories for vehicles already in use.
The system relies on small sensors integrated into the front bumper and subsequent monitoring of wind speed and outdoor display panels when the wind is sufficient to provide a new impetus based on the directional behavior of the car.
Thus, at cruising speed when the wind behind the car is strong – as a winter storm – wind power panels used to provide forward motion. If the car brakes or braking of the panels will be deployed to provide additional effort delay. In addition, a deflector small appliances can be lowered, just behind the exhaust pipe in a heavy braking to provide the kind of “reverse thrust” normally associated with landing aircraft – this item will be available as a device that assembled at the factory.