Kia will launch two new EVs every year until 2027

Kia employer Ho Sung Song has introduced a fairly major future plan at the firm’s 2022 CEO Capitalist Day, consisting of an aim to launch two brand-new electric cars each year from 2023 to 2027.

What markets and also nations those EVs will make it to is uncertain as of yet, but Kia has actually stated that there will be two electric pickup and also an “entry-level” auto amongst them.

One of the initial autos to release will be the EV9 SUV that you see above. That’s readied to arrive in 2023 and also Kia has introduced a couple of even more details because we first saw the concept back in November in 2014. For example, we now know that it’ll do 0-62mph in around 5 seconds with an optimal series of 336 miles. We still do not recognize whether it’ll concern the UK.

Kia’s plan isn’t to go all-electric right now, though. It wants to offer 1.2 million EVs in 2030, yet is also targeting growth to 4 million global lorry sales in the very same year.

What do we think of the announcement, folks? Thrilled for Kia’s entry-level EV?