SAN FRANCISCO – Kia Motors America is compiling a wish-list of features the auto maker hopes to have for upcoming generations of its UVO in-car communications system, which has yet to hit the market. One detriment is the initial version will allow customers voice control of audio and phone functions only. “There will be many, many steps along the way,” Henry Bzeih, manager of KMA’s Connected Car unit tells Ward’s here. “We have the platform. It’s going to evolve to have more and more ...
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