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Kia Motors is rolling out a battery optimization software to its popular Optima, the first model to be powered by the company’s proprietary Rotowire software.
Optimizer for Rotowires is a software that uses battery data to predict the battery life of the Optima as well as other vehicles and offers more information about its battery life and how to improve it.
Kia is rolling the software out in all Optima models in the United States and Canada and is expected to roll out worldwide in the first quarter of 2019.
Kias battery optimization system will help optimize Optima’s performance and performance for the first timeThe company’s battery optimization technology will be used in Kia vehicles starting with the 2018 Kia Optima.
In 2018, Kia introduced a new battery optimization feature that offered more information on how the vehicle was performing.
That feature was called “Kia Optimate.”
Kia’s Optimize for Rotwires program uses a combination of data from battery pack and vehicle sensors to analyze battery performance and battery life.KIA said it is making the software available to consumers and dealers in the U.S. and Canada starting with its 2018 Optima and other Optima cars, as well.
Optima is Kias newest sports car, and its first sport utility vehicle.
It comes with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and is offered in four trim levels: Premium, Sport, Sports Utility and Premium Sport.
The new software will allow consumers to optimize their vehicle’s performance by choosing between three battery packs that Kia says “provide the same level of performance and range.”
The software also offers information on other vehicle performance factors, like vehicle fuel economy, energy efficiency, emissions and more.
Kiamos software is also being offered in some other models.
Kia said it will be offering it in the 2017 Kia Sorento, the 2016 Kia Sportage, the 2017 and 2018 Kias Sportage and the 2018 and 2019 Kia Navara, with a price point of $50,000 and $75,000 respectively.
The software will be available for the Optimalus in the Kia U.K. and Optimala in the Netherlands beginning with the 2017 Optima Sportage.
Kiamos will also be available on the Optimax in the 2018 Optimac and Optimare in the US and Canada, and on the Sportage in the UK.
The company is offering the software to customers in the European Union and the U, and will offer it in Canada starting in 2019.
The Kia optimizer system, which is being developed by Kiamo, uses a custom chip that uses a large battery to analyze data from a variety of sensors including a battery meter and a vehicle radar.
The chips are connected to a computer system that uses real-time data to identify potential battery degradation, Kiams vice president of product development said.
The system also includes a suite of tools that analyze the performance and power characteristics of the battery in real-world driving conditions.
The Optima has a 6.1-liter four-valve turbocharged engine that produces 306 horsepower and 325 lb-ft of torque.
The Optima is offered with the Sport, Premium, Sports, Sport Utility and Sport Utility Sport packages.
The engine also comes with four-wheel drive.