2019 Kia e-Niro e-Premium 204 hp 485 km Driving Range (WLTP combined cycle) car seen from outside and inside. The vehicle has electric motor, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor, 150 kW (204 hp) at 3800-8000 rpm. Max torque 395 Nm at 0-3600 rpm. Top speed 167 km/h. System voltage 356. Battery type Lithium-Ion Polymer. Output power 170 kW. Max range 485 km. Charging durations: Wallbox Charging (7.2 kW) 9h 35min. Accelerated charging (50 kW) 75 min. Fast charging (100 kW) 54 min. Length 4375 mm. Width 1805 mm. Height 1570 mm. Wheelbase 2700 mm. Wheels and tires 17", 215/55R17. Drivetrain FWD. Transmission is automatic. Weight 1791 kg. Gross Vehicle Weight 2230 kg. Luggage capacities (VDA) in 4/5 seat configuration 451 liters. In 2 seat configuration 1405 liters. Prices start from 38500 EUR. Exterior: 17" Alloy Wheels. Body Coloured /High Gloss Door Mirrors. Chrome Beltline Mountings. Chrome Coated Exterior Door Handles. Chrome Roof Rails. Fog Lights. LED Daytime Running Lights & LED Rear lights. LED indicators Lights on Door Mirrors. Privacy Glass (Rear Windows & Tailgate). Rear spoiler. Interior: 7" Supervision Cluster with TFT LCD Colour Display. Black High Gloss Front Console Garnish & Door Trim. Shown vehicle price starts from 46500 EUR.

The car was shown at Paris Motor Show 2018.

Comments

    • Ifk 1899
      Ifk 1899

      Will probably buy this whenever it comes to Sweden.
      Almost $2 is the cost for a liter of diesel right now and I commute 200km/day. I will save so much because I can charge it for free at my work.😀
      This car will pay for itself after a few years.

      about 10 months ago
    • Adam Peacock
      Adam Peacock In reply to Ifk 1899

      Im thinking the same

      about 10 months ago
    • stéphane GARDE
      stéphane GARDE

      Belle voiture et très bien fini..👍🏻

      about 11 months ago
    • I'm watching you sleep
      I'm watching you sleep

      Pedo voice and an unsual obsession with the glove box. I love it.

      about 11 months ago
    • LT Kwok
      LT Kwok

      I wish they would show other colours. The gray and white is really getting old.

      about 11 months ago
    • iam3mondoot
      iam3mondoot

      So if you have a small bump but it damages the flap to the charging port and stops you from charging it so you have get a tow if you cant get it fixed coz you got no charge. Major major flaw in this cars design.

      about 11 months ago
    • iam3mondoot
      iam3mondoot In reply to iam3mondoot

      @Charles Day have you ever seen a filler cap on the front grill of a car ?

      about 11 months ago
    • Charles Day
      Charles Day In reply to iam3mondoot

      iam3mondoot So if your fossil fuel cover is damaged, you cannot fill, you have to be recovered to a garage for repair!

      about 11 months ago
    • BEN TSAI
      BEN TSAI

      Electrical car’s roadblock: charging time, can’t run out of juice otherwise at least 60 min to get charged

      about 11 months ago
    • montanvs
      montanvs In reply to BEN TSAI

      BEN TSAI not an issue. Unless you drive more than 500km in a row. Otherwise you charge it at home every night like your cell phone. And when on a long road trip. Don’t know about you, but I’m ready for a bathroom and meal break every 4 hours. (Aka charging time). Makes up for the 300 gas station stops I do t have to do all year

      about 11 months ago
    • Gino Lagacé
      Gino Lagacé

      he said automatic gearbox ?

      about 11 months ago
    • singularity
      singularity In reply to Gino Lagacé

      LOL, EV's has no multiple gears

      about 11 months ago
    • Theo D
      Theo D

      Very good Camera man thank you

      about 11 months ago
    • Mikael Engmark Helligsø
      Mikael Engmark Helligsø

      Sooooo...Does the EU version come with the hitch? Anyone know? If theres a hitch, im ll in.

      about 11 months ago
    • Mikael Engmark Helligsø
      Mikael Engmark Helligsø In reply to Mikael Engmark Helligsø

      @terrance leacock might but the legality would be an issue

      about 11 months ago
    • terrance leacock
      terrance leacock In reply to Mikael Engmark Helligsø

      Dude you can put your own hitch on it.

      about 11 months ago