Kia debuts a new user-centric technology concept at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas today, including an 18-in. (46-cm) head-up display. The display, part of Kia's UCD (User-Centered Driver) concept, details speed, navigation and traffic information in an "augmented-reality" fashion, the automaker says. Also part of the UCD concept is a 12.3-in. (31-cm) LCD screen that tracks a users’ eyes to provide a clear view of the screen no matter the viewing angle. ...

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