Kia has crafted a retractable hardtop concept to appeal to Generation Y trend setters and showcase production-destined features from upcoming models. Designed at the Namyang R&D Center shared with parent corporation Hyundai, the KCV-III combines steeply raked lines with dramatic wheel arches to create a truly dynamic appearance. The KCV-III looks like it is in motion even when parked in the show hall. Modest power comes from a 142-horse DOHC four-cylinder engine, though this car's real motivation is the technology. On the safety front, Kia is demonstrating active anti-whiplash headrests, electronic stability control, automatic exterior lighting and windshield wipers, and soft spots on hood and front bumper to reduce potential pedestrian injury. Other goodies include a telematics system, in-dash DVD player, navigation system, and personalized key card to unlock doors and start engine.