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2022 Kia Niro: How will the little electrified crossover evolve?

The Kia Niro came to fruition as a practical, less polarizing answer to the Toyota Prius. Like its chief competitor, the Niro is incredibly efficient with some versions getting over 50 mpg. There are even plug-in and all-electric variants, the latter of which can travel 239 miles per charge. All three flavors were also relatively […]

by Stefan Ogbac
1/20/2021
Hyundai Motor Group’s E-GMP architecture explained

By now, everyone has seen the architecture that will underpin every Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis battery electric vehicle that’s coming as part of Hyundai Motor Group’s wider EV offensive. Over 20 vehicles will ride on this architecture with the first three arriving this year when the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia’s CV, and Genesis’ JW1 debut. […]

by Stefan Ogbac
1/19/2021
The Kia K5 Hybrid should come to the United States

The Kia K5 is a fantastic mid-size sedan. Great ride and handling, a spacious interior, and user-friendly tech features at a surprisingly affordable price make it an enticing option. Unfortunately, Kia hasn’t brought the hybrid variant to the U.S. The automaker hasn’t given a final say whether it plans to sell the K5 Hybrid here, […]

by Stefan Ogbac
1/18/2021
Kia teases more EV including Telluride-like SUV and a sports sedan

Kia’s rebranding showed off more than its intentions to be a more sustainable provider of different types of mobility solutions. We also got a look at what’s coming after the Korean automaker launches its first dedicated EV thanks to a bunch of teasers at the end of the livestream. There’s a lot of juicy new […]

by Stefan Ogbac
1/15/2021
We get a glimpse of Kia’s first dedicated EV crossover

Kia did a whole livestream outlining its transformation into a full-on mobility solutions provider. The Korean brand has shown that it intends to offer something for everyone whether it’s to use for personal mobility, driving enjoyment, carpooling, car sharing, or mass transport. During that livestream, we got a quick glimpse of its new dedicated all-electric […]

by Stefan Ogbac
1/15/2021
Wait, no, seriously: Apple and Hyundai set to pen partnership deal for electric car: Report

Is Hyundai going to partner with Apple for an electric car or not? At first, a statement was published saying that it was going to happen. Then, after Hyundai’s stock shot up the company removed Apple from the statement. It appeared someone made an oops. But apparently the oops wasn’t announcing a deal that wasn’t […]

by Chad Kirchner
1/10/2021
Here’s what we know about Kia’s first dedicated EV

Kia is doubling down on electrification. As part of a wider strategy from the whole Hyundai Motor Group, Kia will transition to focus more on electrified powertrains and introduce 11 EVs by 2025. Dubbed Plan S, Kia’s initiative starts this year with the arrival of its first dedicated EV model. Code-named CV, this vehicle is […]

by Stefan Ogbac
1/7/2021
Kia shows off new logo and slogan as a future mobility provider

Kia has unveiled its new logo ahead of the automaker presenting its brand strategy on January 15. For Kia, the new logo and slogan is the beginning of a new direction as it revamps its positioning and focuses on being a mobility solutions provider. The new Kia logo looks way more stylized. Letters are connected […]

by Stefan Ogbac
1/6/2021
Kia and Genesis EVs officially arriving later this year

Hyundai Motor Group has been on a roll with its three brands and that’s going to continue as electrification becomes the norm. Group chairman Eisun Chung’s New Year’s message has revealed that 2021 will mark the start of its electrified vehicle offensive. In addition to the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia and Genesis will also debut […]

by Stefan Ogbac
1/4/2021
Looking Ahead: EV Pulse America looks forward to driving these vehicles in 2021

We all can probably agree that the year 2020 wasn’t much fun. Aside from the pandemic, Australia was on fire, California was on fire, the economy ground to halt. No good. So we decided to reach out to our staff and see what they are most looking forward to driving in the new year. Since […]

by Chad Kirchner
12/28/2020