Kia releases the first phase of product planning and will launch seven pure electric models in 2027

On September 16, according to the “plan s” strategy announced at the beginning of 2020, the battery range of its electric vehicles will be expanded to 11 types by 2025. Kia’s trailer shows seven carefully crafted pure electric vehicles to be launched in 2027. < / P > < p > Kia has revealed a range of all electric vehicles, which will be launched as part of Kia’s global electric vehicle business strategy. Kia has yet to release more details about the seven models, but has confirmed that the first model, codenamed CV, will be released as the first pure electric vehicle next year. The model “will provide the same competitive product quality and eye-catching design as other Kia models, with high-performance driving feel and charging function.” < / P > < p > the trailer shows that four of the new electric vehicles Kia is developing are SUVs / crossover vehicles, at least one is a more sporty model, and the other two seem to be hatchbacks. Next year, a new design concept will be introduced to other types of pure electric vehicles, which will bring new design ideas. Ho sung, President and CEO of Kia Motors, announced details about the future of Kia’s electric vehicles at an event at Kia’s Huacheng plant in Korea. Kia’s new pure electric vehicle will use its global electric modular platform (e-gmp) and will provide “first-class interior spaciousness”. Song Husheng said at the event: “since the launch of the first mass production pure electric vehicle in 2011, Kia has sold more than 100000 pure electric vehicles worldwide. Plans to accelerate the process in the next few years. By refocusing our business on electrification, we aim to make up 25% of global sales of pure electric vehicles by 2029. ”