Here it is, Kia’s most surprising and extraordinary crossover ever built.
Introducing the Kia Niro Self-Charging crossover hybrid.
With this car you will experience the top qualities of a modern crossover: compact exterior, roomy and refined interior, harmoniously blended with the best talents of a true hybrid, highly efficient engine with great fuel economy and low emissions.
As for looks, it features a closed diamond-patterned grille, narrow-shaped LED daytime running lights and a new rear bumper design with distinctive LED rear lights.
The Kia Niro Self-Charging Hybrid switches between petrol and electric power, or uses a combination of both. The Regenerative Braking System converts kinetic energy to recharge the battery. If you aren’t quite ready to switch to a plug-in vehicle, or don’t have the option of a home charge point, hybrid cars might be the solution you’re looking for. A hybrid car doesn’t require you to do anything different than you would do in a conventional car. The car’s clever electronics take care of how the energy is recovered and used. All you have to worry about is keeping it topped up with petrol.
Niro Self-Charging Hybrid derivatives: '2', '3', '4'.
If you aren’t quite ready to go fully electric, the Niro plug-in hybrid is the perfect compromise. You get around 30-miles of electric driving, which should be more than enough for most journeys, but you always have the petrol engine to fall back on if you’re planning a longer trip.
In terms of full electric plug-in, take a look at the award-winning, 282 miles range e-Niro.