Korean car manufacturers have been quickly adopting electric models into their fleets. Hyundai has recently built a cult following with their Kona EV sporting a range of 258 mi. Last year we also saw the Kia Soul and Kia Niro EVs make it to market with the Soul starting at an MSRP of $33,950 and the Niro having a respectable range of 239 mi per charge. We have previously written about how the Kia Soul EV can be a great option used since they can be found at below half of their initial price after a couple of years of use.
Now, Kia is working on a “halo” electric vehicle, set for release in 2021. For those not familiar with the term, a “halo” car is one that goes out of its way to push the technology, styling, and performance a brand can offer. This car defines not only what Kia wants to produce in 2021, but it also sets the tone for their design and technical direction for years to come. On top of this, Kia has made it clear that they don’t want this car to have the price tag of a premium brand.Continue reading “Kia’s Upcoming “Halo” EV”