Combining our smart car with your smartphone was always going to be a good idea. KAMIQ featuring wireless Apple CarPlay® & wireless Android Auto™ seamlessly connects compatible apps from your smartphone to your KAMIQ. So, whether you want to listen to music or receive turn-by-turn directions, you can do it all without touching your phone.
Using a radar device in the front grille, in addition to its basic cruise control function, this assistant system, which operates up to speeds of 210 km/h, maintains a safe distance from vehicles in front of you.
It opens and closes at the mere touch of a button on the remote control or in the driver's door, especially handy in unfavourable weather. You can also adjust the upper door position to suit your needs. A button for closing the 5th door is also located on the door itself
The Virtual Cockpit displays on-board computer specifications in combination with other information such as navigation, for example. You can choose from five layouts (extended view shown) controlled via the ‘View’ button on the steering wheel. The KAMIQ's Virtual Cockpit features a 10.25" display.
The KAMIQ comes with an enlarged phone box which creates an amplified signal for your mobile device, and at the same time, wirelessly charges your phone while driving.
This compartment is not only easily accessible, but is also suitable for large display devices. Two USB-C ports located in the centre console allow you to connect your external devices without the need for dongles or adapters
FRONT ASSIST WITH PREDICTIVE PEDESTRIAN PROTECTION
The Front Assist system, using a radar device in the front grille, is designed to monitor the distance from the vehicle ahead, including emergency braking function. The KAMIQ comes with Front Assist expanded with predictive pedestrian protection, which warns the driver via an audio/visual signal as well as a gentle jolt of the brakes
Using radar sensors in the rear bumper, Side Assist which can detect other vehicles and even less detectable objects like cyclists up to 70 m away, monitors the areas behind and beside your car. Based on the distance and speed of the surrounding vehicles, it decides whether or not it should warn the driver.