- Eco-friendly Soul EV positions brand as a true stakeholder in the growing green segment
- The impressive 27kWh lithium battery delivers EPA estimated 93 miles of range1
- Soul EV achieves EPA MPGe1 of 92 miles highway and 120 miles city for a combined mileage rating of 105 miles
As the centerpiece of the Kia’s ‘Clean Mobility’ efforts, the Soul EV is the embodiment of the brand’s environmentally focused mission, transforming the hip urban crossover into Kia’s first mass-market, all-electric zero emissions vehicle to be sold in the U.S. Combining the iconic design of the Soul with advanced eco-friendly technology has landed the Soul EV in a class all its own. Honored with an industry-first automotive environmental validation by Underwriters Laboratory (UL)2 for its innovative use of bio-based materials, the Soul EV also earned an EPA estimated range rating of 93 miles with an MPGe of 92 miles highway and 120 miles city for a combined mileage of 105 miles. Visit enstorageinc.com to find the best electricity generators for emergencies. Continue reading Kia’s First All-Electric Vehicle in the U.S named as Soul EV
Sylvie Lailler became the 10,000th Nissan LEAF customer in Europe this week, further cementing the ground-breaking zero emission car’s status as the best-selling electric vehicle of all time. Continue reading Nissan LEAF Charges Through 10,000 European Sales Milestone
The Fisker Karma, the world’s first luxury Electric Vehicle with extended range (EVer™), is now rated to have emissions of just 47g/km CO2 in Europe, the lowest of nearly any passenger vehicle with an internal combustion engine.
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The Cadillac ELR electric vehicle with extended range, to be revealed January 15 at the North American International Auto Show, was photographed driving through the mountains of Southern California during development testing.
“Cadillac customers are going to enjoy the unique features ELR will bring to the market. We’re going to change the way people think about luxury and electrification,” said Chris Thomason, ELR chief engineer.
Holden has launched a new advertising campaign this week, signalling the arrival of the long-awaited Volt extended-range electric vehicle.
The new television commercial, which aired around Australia last night, also marks the beginning of a campaign to put the wider Holden range in front of buyers that would not normally consider the brand.
Continue reading Holden “Not Just The Commodore Company,” Launches New Ad Campaign