Sketch app download mac. Kia recently revealed its brand new logo & slogan that will lead the South Korean automaker into a new era of electrified vehicles, and talking about electric cars we noticed that Kia could already teased its bespoke Crossover EV (codenamed as CV) ahead giving more details on the 15th.
The new logo retains the “KIA” letters but introduces a more modern, angular font which also features a horizontally and vertically symmetrical design. It is expected that new Kia models will begin to use the new logo as their badge inside and outside soon, but we are going to know more about it in the presentation scheduled for January 15th.
Looking at the image, we can see the new Kia logo placed in the hood of a mysterious vehicle that could be the CV, the first Kia model to use the new E-GMP platform. If you look closer to the image you will find that the grille design has the same lines as the Imagine by Kia concept car, but smoothed. Also the grille shows a circle that could be front camera.
The production CV should have at least the same specifications leaked on the Hyundai IONIQ 5, up to 550km (342 miles) of range, 313 horsepower and a 0 to 100km/h in 5.2 seconds. Compared to the IONIQ 5, Kia’s crossover will have a high performance variant confirmed by Albert Biermann, Head of R&D Division, who said they have set a goal to achieve up to 260 km/h and to have a 0-62mph (0-100km/h) of less than 3.5 seconds.
The new Kia Soul offers drivers four engine options along with an extensive list of tech, plus a compact interior. In all, the Soul is a versatile crossover that even comes in an electric model version. Standard 1.6-liter inline-4 engine: 130 horsepower/ 118 foot-pounds of torque; estimated fuel economy: 24/ 30 city/ highway miles per. Research new 2020 Kia Crossover prices, MSRP, invoice, dealer prices and for the new Crossovers.
New Kia Small Crossover
The first of Kia’s next-generation EVs will be introduced to Europe on April 2021, constructed on a unique platform specifically engineered to accommodate the car’s world-leading EV powertrain and technologies. Not only will it offer a crossover design which blurs the boundaries between passenger and sport utility vehicles, as well as a future-oriented user experience. It will also offer a single-charge driving range of over 500 kilometres, as well as sub-20-minute high-speed 800v charging time.
The New Kia Crossover
Following the launch of the CV, up to 6 new dedicated vehicles using the E-GMP platform will be launched by 2025.