Take A Look At This Real Kia Niro EV Cutaway

NOV 16 2018 BY STEVEN LOVEDAY 9

Time to reveal some guts! At least in the automotive sense.

If you like guts, seeing the insides, and knowing how stuff is really set up and works, this new, short Kia e-Niro video has got you covered. Unless you’re a doctor or in training in a related medical field, we truly hope that guts aren’t your thing, but perhaps you’re a hunter … who knows? Anyhow, when it comes to cars, and especially new EVs, it’s pretty sweet to be able to check out what’s inside.

This short video shows the insides of the upcoming 2019 Kia Niro EV, otherwise known as the e-Niro. This particular model was shown at the 2018 Hyundai-Kia R&D Motor Show at the Rolling Hills Hotel in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi-do, Korea on May 15, 2018 as a part of the Hyundai-Kia R&D Tech Day. We won’t be surprised if we see the same display at the LA Auto Show in a few short weeks. Be sure to watch the video beyond the first few seconds. It’s not just a glass side to the car that reveals its innards, but also a deeper look into the crossover’s hidden workings.

Check it out and share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

Hat tip to Wesley on the location information!

Video Description via Soda Power on YouTube:

[4K] Kia Niro EV inside disassembly / teardown

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9 Comments on "Take A Look At This Real Kia Niro EV Cutaway"

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Is it just me, or is the video link actually missing?…

If you go to youtube, and search:
Kia Niro EV inside disassembly / teardown
It will like magic, appear before you!

My favorite shot, was the three guys bending over, to look inside the car.

Killer video editing skills there!

You got a problem with guys bending over? 😉

Really doesn’t show much of the EV power train… Though it’s interesting enough nevertheless 🙂

It’s actually pretty clear where this was shown. “2018 Hyundai Kia R&D Motor Show” banner is shown prominently in the background, albeit in reverse. Also note that the text on the car is all in Korean.

This particular show was held in Rolling Hills Hotel, Hwaseong, Gyeonggi-do, Korea on May 15, 2018 as a part of the Hyundai-Kia R&D Tech Day.

Thanks for the info! Fixed.

“It’s not made clear where this particular model is shown”. The background crowd voices and PA announcement are in Korean, as are the printed placards on the display car, and the banner hanging over the auditorium (모타 쇼= Motor Show). I think the placard on the driver’s door says 잘 달면 즤, which I would read as “if it’s hot, it’s hot!”.

Oops, I read a vowel wrong. Ignore that translation!