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Modern Kia launches new tires: built-in shape memory alloy, which can increase grip with one button

2024-04-13 Update From: SLTechnology News&Howtos shulou NAV: SLTechnology News&Howtos > IT Information >

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CTOnews.com, December 12 / PRNewswire-Asianet /-- Hyundai Kia Motor Group has launched a new tire that uses a shape memory alloy module in the wheel to increase grip with one click, thus providing a safer driving experience in winter road conditions.

The tire has six grooves, each with a shape memory alloy module. When the driver presses the button, it will power on the shape memory alloy module. The shape memory alloy module expands under the action of electric current and protrudes to the surface of the tire, which can provide the vehicle with grip similar to the anti-skid chain. When the current is stopped, the memory alloy returns to its natural shape and is hidden in the tire.

CTOnews.com noted that the tire is still under development and has not yet been put on the market. Joon Mo Park, head of the carmaker's advanced chassis development team, said the innovation is expected to one day introduce Hyundai and Kia, which will continue to develop new technologies to improve the safety and convenience of their vehicles.

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