Switching to a Kia Electric or Hybrid vehicle is easier than you might think. Kia offers a variety of models with Hybrid, Plug-In Hybrid or Battery Electric powertrains. Discover their benefits and which is best for you.
Re-envisioning electric SUV design, the Kia EV9 is our flagship 7-seat SUV. Equipped with pioneering technology never before seen in a Kia, our statement luxury EV perfectly combines sophistication & versatility.
Road blazing performance is not the first thought that comes to mind when thinking of EVs.
Enter the Kia EV6, offering super-car like acceleration and outstanding braking performance. A dedicated Battery EV (BEV) platform combined with an Australian Tuned Chassis delivers confident and controlled cornering and compliant ride comfort. Fall in love with driving again.
Sleek yet striking, with bold head-turning design both stylish and aerodynamic, the Kia Niro SUV is built to enhance the everyday.
Innovation, comfort & versatility is at its core with a full complement of advanced connectivity and smart safety features. Available in both hybrid & pure electric.
When cruising, hybrids are powered mainly by the combustion engine – as this is where the combustion engine works most efficiently. Depending on the driving condition (road gradient, engine load) the vehicle may seamlessly transition between petrol and electric power at speeds of up to 120kph.
When you have your foot down firmly on the accelerator pedal, both the combustion engine and electric motor work together to maximise the power output to the wheels. This is thanks to the clever transmission, which combines the torque output of each powertrain at the same time.
Whenever you apply the brakes or take your foot off the accelerator pedal, hybrid cars do two things: they stop feeding power to the wheels and use the power of the rotating wheels to recuperate energy while slowing down the car. This produces electricity which is used to recharge the battery for later use. This is known as regenerative braking.
EVs have zero tailpipe emissions while hybrids have reduced amounts. In addition, some parts of our EVs such as EV6 & Niro range are made from recycled plastics and vegan leather to further lessen environmental impact.
Extensive ride and handling localisation program ensure all Kias are fine-tuned right here on our roads to suit our driving conditions.
Kia's range of class-leading cars are available in a variety of sizes and styles to suit any driver and lifestyle. Whether you're after a small car, hatchback, SUV, family car, 7-seater or 8-seater, or a performance car, Kia's selection of premium vehicles are designed to deliver superior performance, safety and style.
[A]Up to 528km range on EV6 Air grade. Figure based on WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure) static laboratory combined average city and highway cycle test, which measure, energy consumption, range and emissions in passenger vehicles, designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. Real life driving results will vary depending on a combination of driving style, type of journey, vehicle configuration, battery age and condition, use of vehicle features (such as heating and air conditioning), as well as operating, environmental and climate conditions.
[B]EV6 utilising a public 350kW DC charger
[C]Australian Bureau of Statistics 2071.0.55.001
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