Here are some highlights of Autogefühl's test drive review and overview of the all-new Kia e-Niro with a 64 kWh battery.
The market for electric cars is about to explode with a rich assortment of new models coming to market in the not-too-distant future. Here's what to expect.
We decided to combine and compare recent Kia Niro EV (e-Niro) reviews into one concise post for those that are considering purchasing the upcoming EV.
We track all plug-in electric vehicles sales in the U.S. on a month-to-month basis. Let's take a look at how the month of November played out.
Hyundai-Kia and EVgo announced a multi-year contract to provide EVgo's station location and availability (real-time) on dashboard navigation of electric cars.
Every month we share U.S. plug-in electric vehicle sales and insight in our monthly report card. What will November 2018 bring?
Due to an independent organization's failure to follow correct WLTP testing methodology, Kia has commendably stepped forward and downgraded Niro EV range.
Last week, Kia stunned the world with a 2020 Soul featuring a 64-kWh battery pack. The car's range is well over 200, which Kia considers the minimum now.
It's bigger than the Hyundai Kona Electric, so the range is lower, but we surely didn't expect it to be this low.
The battery pack on this new Soul EV has much more capacity than we expected. Look for electric range numbers to be impressive.
The all-new 2020 Soul EV will only be available in select retailers in select markets with limited availability.
Slated to be shown at the LA Auto Show, the next-generation Kia Soul, in electric form, will boast a much bigger battery than it does today.
Major automakers have been diversifying their portfolios in the face of a changing automotive industry. This partnership between Hyundai and Grab is just the latest.
A few OEMs (Toyota, Nissan & Fisker) have experimented with integrating solar into vehicles, but it really resulted in more of a gimmick.