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KIA Niro Plug In Hybrid 2023 New Features

KIA Niro Plug In Hybrid
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KIA Niro plug in Hybrid 2023 is powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder gas engine that produces 139 horsepower. There are also hybrids and electric cars. The Niro hybrid will likely be available in the United States by later this year. The 2023 Kia Niro is available in both plug-in hybrid and electric configurations. The hybrid will be the first to go on the market.

Upcoming KIA Niro Plug In Hybrid 2023:

KIA Niro Plug In
KIA Niro Plug In Hybrid 2023

The Niro hybrid is powered by an electric motor, a 6-speed dual-clutch automated transmission and a 1.6 liter inline four gasoline engine. With only front-wheel drive, the total output will be 139 horsepower. Electric models and plug-in hybrids will likely feature more powerful electric motors, and larger batteries. Kia has released photos of the Niro EV, with a new front fascia.

The 2023 Niro features a wider wheelbase and body and 2.5 inches longer bodies than the previous generation. This allows for more passengers and luggage space. The Haba Niro concept vehicle inspired its design. It features eight exterior colors and six options for the contrast C-pillar trim. There are also three trim options for body cladding.

The Niro features a 10.3-inch touchscreen as well as a digital gauge cluster. The Niro hybrid now features a rotary shift knob that was previously only available in the Niro Evo. The Niro will initially be available in Korea. Later in the year, more markets will be added.

What is new in KIA NIRO 2023:

  • The wheelbase measures approximately 0.8 inches long, 0.8 inch wide, 0.4 inch high, 2.5 inches long
  • The interior colors Charcoal or Medium Gray and Petrol/Light warm Gray are all included.
  • The cargo bay volume has increased by 0.5 cubic foot to 15.9 cubic yards
  • Despite modifications, the engine still produces 104 horsepower and torque of 106 lb-ft.
  • E-motor with a 32 kW power output
  • This engine is capable of producing 139 horsepower. All power goes to the front wheels

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