The 2018 Paris Motor Show saw Kia unveil the latest exciting innovation..Kia’s first fully electric crossover utility vehicle with a driving range of up to 485 kilometres on a single charge.
The All New Kia E- Niro is the only “mid-size SUV” EV car available: it offers a combined all-electric, zero-emissions powertrain with crossover practicality, intelligent packaging and eye-catching design.
WTLP combined cycle has confirmed that when powered by the high-capacity 64 kWh lithium-ion polymer battery pack, the All-New Kia e-Niro will provide a driving range of up to 301 miles* on a single charge. Plugged into a 100 kW fast charger, it takes only 54 mins to recharge the 64 kWh battery to 80%.
The E-Niro provides owners with a range of technologies to enhance battery efficiency and improve the cars range , including regenerative braking, Coasting Guide Control (CGC) and Predictive Energy Control (PEC). The technologies enable the driver to recharge the battery pack and maximise vehicle range when coasting or braking.
WTLP combined cycle range comparison:
|Model||WTLP combined cycle range (miles)||Estimated OTR|
|e-Niro||301||From £30k - £40k|
|Mercedes EQC 400||Approx 280||From £65k (est.)|
|Jaguar i-Pace||292||From £63,495|
|DS3 Crossback||183||£30k - £40k (est.)|
|Tesla Model S 100kWh||286||From £91,750|
|Nissan Leaf||168||From £31,390|