Second best selling electrified model responsible for making kia the seventh top brand in europe. The next generation kia niro is focused on improving on the aesthetics, as the rather plain boxy looks of the first generation model were considered one of the vehicles shortcomings, the all new kia niro, will feature the design cues of the habanero concept that debuted in 2019.. The crazy gullwing doors wont make it to the production, but the all new nero retains the concept, sleek body lines and the iconic contrast, color seed pillar that extends to the wheel. Well, the new vehicle definitely looks younger and updated compared to the more conservative appearance of the outgoing model. This update will continue into the interior as it will adopt the futuristic kia ev6s interior, which seems to be the default design theme for all the new kia models. Complete with the dual 12.3 inch lcd screens and the rotary shift by wire shifter and the ev6 style, two spoke steering wheel. Another major update is the chassis as it will be upgraded to the latest third generation platform, which it will share with the latest fifth generation. Sportage, the new platform will render more space efficiency, better handling and safety also shared with a slightly bigger sportage. Suv is the power plant, as it will likely adopt the 1.6 liter turbocharged, hybrid and plug in hybrid engines, good for 227 and 261 horsepower, respectively. With the same torque figure of 258 pound feet, the plug in version is capable of achieving 35 miles or 56 kilometers of pure electric range needing two hours to charge using the level 2 charger.

Unfortunately, the rumor has it that the plug in version will only be available in europe, as in most other regions, its known that people tend to split between the standard, hybrid and the ev versions. Only speaking of the eevee version, we are happy to report that there will be a new one, also thanks to the current euros incredible popularity. However, the eevee mechanism is expected to be in line with the current generation, nero ev, which has been considered ahead of its time. With a huge 64 kilowatt hour, high density lithium ion polymer battery pack, combined with its highly efficient motor that produces 201 horsepower and stout 291 pound feet of torque. To put it in perspective, the nero evs battery pack is actually larger than the standard range kia, ev6 thats powered by a 58 kilowatt hour battery. It actually travels longer per charge, as it achieves a 455 kilometers wltp certified range versus ev6s, ‘0 kilometers, also nero ev. Actually packs more power than the entry level single motor ev6 model, which only comes with 168 horsepower and 258 pound feet of torque and will outpace the ev6 with 0 60 acceleration time of 8.5 seconds by nearly 1.5 seconds at 7 seconds flat. The release of the bed version comes as a surprise, as there is a similarly sized dedicated ev based on the egmp platform on the way, too expected to be a mini ev6. The ev4 will entice customers with a faster charging, speed of the 800 volts charging architecture and other egmp goodies after the unveiling.

The production is expected to start in january 2022, with a hybrid version first and the ev, and then the plug in versions to follow. In march and april, respectively for more information on the upcoming all new nero and the ev4, please check out our featured videos by clicking on the link on the top right corner of the screen. For the end of the video question, do you like the new nero over the current one, especially the funky youthful design, based on the habanero concept? Please vote and share your views by clicking on the link in the comment section below. Thank you for watching auto vision. Your best source for the fastest korean car news and rumors dont forget to comment like subscribe and click on the notification bell. Also dont forget to join our forum and share your passion for korean cars at koreancar. News.Com see you next time with the latest korean car news, Music dont. Let me fall to the ground so heavily cause.

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