How to get the most out of the Kia Optima engine

Kia has developed a new engine, optima engineering, that could have significant implications for the car’s performance and reliability.

Optima Engineering is a new technology that allows engineers to optimize the car engine, which is crucial for its power, fuel economy, fuel consumption and fuel economy performance.

Its development is based on the work done by the Korean automaker’s former chief executive, Ko Chang-seong, who left the company in February to work as an independent consultant.

The new engine has a number of key components, including the turbocharger, combustion chamber, fuel injection system and turbochargers.

Its design is based around the principle of using optimization to achieve more power.

In this video from Hyundai’s 2017 California Auto Show, Ko explains the concept of optimizing engine performance and how it can be used to improve the car.

Kia has also made a number inroads in the automotive field in recent years.

The company has released a number new models, including its 2018 XLE crossover, and has invested heavily in advanced sensors, like its Vision 2 infotainment system, that will help the company predict its customers’ driving patterns.

Optima Engineering is also expected to contribute to Kia’s efforts to expand its driverless driving program, as it will help it improve its software and hardware that will allow the cars to “learn” about their customers.

It will also help Kia improve its vehicle safety and also reduce the amount of collisions it is involved in.

The company said in a statement that it would provide “early access” to the software and other technologies used by the Optima Engine to help the vehicle learn.

“We are working hard to develop and launch the Optima Engine with the support of the global community,” the statement read.

“This is a big step forward for our mission and we look forward to contributing our insights to help shape future vehicle innovations,” said Ko, who is now a senior vice president of Kia Autonomous Driving.