Kia to Unveil Four Electric Cars Soon, Launch Dates Revealed

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Pune, 16th May 2024 – Kia, the South Korean vehicle manufacturer renowned for its lineup of cars and SUVs in India, is gearing up to introduce four Electric Cars in the market. Media reports suggest that the company is set to diversify its electric vehicle portfolio in India across various segments with these upcoming launches. Let’s delve into the details.

Kia is set to expand its electric vehicle offerings in India with the introduction of four new models, each catering to different segments. Among these, the Kia EV9 stands out as a potential game-changer. Showcased at the Auto Expo in January 2023, the EV9 is an electric SUV boasting a remarkable range of approximately 500 kilometers on a single charge, along with the possibility of three-row seating. Speculations suggest that Kia might import this model for the Indian market.

In the electric SUV segment, Kia is eyeing the introduction of the Kia Clavis SUV. This sub-four-meter SUV has been spotted testing numerous times, both in South Korea and India. The recent trademarking of the name “Syros” by the company hints at a potential launch of the Clavis as Syros in India. The Clavis is expected to offer a blend of style, performance, and electric mobility.

Furthermore, Kia might venture into the budget MPV segment with an electric version of the Kia Carens. Recent sightings of the facelift variant during testing fuel expectations for the introduction of an electric variant alongside the ICE version in India. This move could significantly contribute to expanding Kia’s presence in the electric vehicle market.

Additionally, the Kia EV6 Facelift is anticipated to make its way to the Indian market soon. After its recent global debut featuring design updates and interior enhancements, there is growing anticipation for its arrival in India. While Kia has not officially disclosed any information regarding these Electric Cars, speculations suggest a potential launch during the festive season, with rollouts continuing until the first quarter of the next year.