The Kia Venga EV concept car is identical to the regular Kia Venga B-segment MPV but features an electric motor producing 80 kW and maximum torque of 280 Nm. Kia Venga EV is capable of accelerating from standstill to 62mph in 11.8 seconds, and reaching a top speed of 87 mph.
Kia Venga EV includes a twin-pack 24 kWh battery using innovative LiPoly (Lithium Ion Polymer) technology that offers numerous advantages over other battery types, and provides a driving range of 112 miles on a single charge.
Under the quick recharging cycle (50 kW) the battery can be recharged to 80 per cent of its capacity within 20 minutes. Under the normal cycle (3.3 kW), 100 per cent power is attained after eight hours.
Kia Venga EV is a front-wheel drive vehicle with the electric powertrain placed within the existing engine bay. The battery pack is located under the boot floor.
As an all-electric, zero-emissions vehicle that is solely powered by electric energy stored inside its battery, Kia Venga EV will contribute to increased environmental protection.
Kia Venga EV represents Kia Motors' continuing commitment to earth-positive R&D and marks an additional dimension in the company's development of eco-friendly vehicles.
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