Kia: At the brand’s yearly Kia EV Day in Korea today, Kia Corporation introduced three new small- to medium-sized electric cars, reinforcing its global commitment to lead and accelerate the “EV revolution.”
Kia unveils EV5, EV4 and EV3
The company outlined its ‘EVs for all’ vision and plan to quickly and significantly grow its EV model lineup. With the introduction of the EV6 and EV9, Kia effectively established itself as an EV brand. Now, with the addition of three more small- to medium-sized electric vehicles to its lineup, Kia is demonstrating how it is expanding its EV product offering.
In addition to introducing two concept automobiles, the presentation introduced the EV5, a tiny electric SUV designed for millennial families. While the Kia Concept EV4 reimagines electric cars with eye-catching style, the Kia Concept EV3 seeks to bring the advantages of the Kia EV9 in a small SUV. The occasion served as a showcase for Kia’s EV strategy, which aims to enhance customer convenience and dependability while tackling common issues like charging infrastructure.
What did the company say?
Ho Sung Song, President and CEO, said, “Kia is keenly focused on providing solutions to the concerns that continue to cause hesitation when it comes to making an EV purchase. We will meet customer expectations by offering a full line-up of EVs at various price points and improve charging infrastructure availability.”