Kia reveals depth of advanced powertrain line-up with electric vehicle-only Geneva Motor Show display World debut for fully-electric ‘Imagine by Kia’ concept in Geneva European debut for Kia e-Soul, with long-range, fully-electric powertrains First reveal of upgraded Niro Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid, with 100,000 units sold in Europe and 270,000 globally Kia debuts new UVO CONNECT telematics technology for Europe Kia Motors has staked its claim for leadership in advanced powertrain technology at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show with a display made up entirely of electrified vehicles. Today marks the world debut for Kia’s new fully-electric ‘Imagine by Kia’ concept, alongside the fully-electric e-Soul, which makes its European debut at the show. Kia has also announced a range of upgrades to the Niro Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid, with the new variants revealed today. Demonstrating the depth of its advanced powertrain line-up, every Kia vehicle on show in Geneva employs the brand’s mild-hybrid, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or electric vehicle technology. Emilio Herrera, Chief Operating Officer for Kia Motors Europe, comments: “Electrification is a key element of Kia’s European and global growth strategy, with one in eight Kia cars sold in Europe today featuring an electrified powertrain. Where many manufacturers are… Read full this story
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