Kia sees ICE playing a key role in future mobility

Freddie Holmes speaks to Kia’s Michael Winkler about the changing face of the internal combustion engine, and why it is far from extinction

With governments cracking down on harmful tailpipe emissions and global regulators enforcing strict CO2 reduction targets, the future of the internal combustion engine (ICE) has come into question. It is a conversation that has rolled on for years now, but the industry has recognised that the transition to zero emissions propulsion needs to pick up a notch.

In terms of next-generation propulsion technology, almost every major automaker today has placed its bets in one camp or another.

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