SEOUL – Kia’s evolving styling is evident in the world debut of the Naimo electric-vehicle concept at the Seoul Motor Show. “Naimo is a perfect balance of innovation, high-tech and Korean tradition,” says chief designer Peter Schreyer. In Korean, Naimo means “square shape,” an apt description of the model. The concept has no B-pillars and no wiper blades. It uses a high-intensity air jet at the base of the windshield to keep the glass dry. Side-view mirrors are replaced by miniature ...

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