Kia's first hybrid, 2017 Kia Niro Review

Kia’s first hybrid, 2017 Kia Niro Review

2017 Kia Niro, Last week took place the Chicago Auto Show, which kept many surprises for automotive enthusiasts. After months of ads, he appeared in Chicago Kia’s first hybrid, the HUB Niro a crossover compact.

Kia’s first hybrid, the HUB Niro (2017 Kia Niro), is part of the will of the brand to create a friendly “green” electric vehicle line to the environment. It is a new crossover hybrid that shows that this is not only a matter of sedans, as well as being designed from the start for a power equally between gasoline and electricity.

Kia Niro

The car showcases the Korean automaker’s new dedicated eco-car platform and hybrid system in a subcompact crossover with a targeted fuel economy of 50 mpg. Kia packaged its future in a small crossover, a nod to the fast-growing segment and one with few electric vehicles to date.

“The Niro hits the sweet spot by offering the best combination of outstanding mpg, an engaging driving experience, utility, and most importantly, a stunning design that doesn’t shout hybrid,” said Orth Hedrick, vice president of product planning Kia Motors America, who thinks the practical car fills a niche.

The car is described as a key part of Kia’s Green Car Roadmap, which aims to nearly triple its global green car lineup by 2020, suggesting the vehicle is destined for production.

The Niro falls under the EcoDynamics sub-brand that previously introduced the Kia Optima Hybrid and Soul EV. But the Niro is the first Kia on a new eco-car platform specifically engineered to accommodate a plug-in hybrid powertrain to be added later in the lifecycle.

2017 Kia Niro

Kia's first hybrid, 2017 Kia Niro Review

Kia’s first hybrid, the HUB Niro , is part of the will of the brand to create a friendly “green” electric vehicle line to the environment. It is a new crossover hybrid that shows that this is not only a matter of sedans, as well as being designed from the start for a power equally between gasoline and electricity.

Although has performed in Chicago’s first hybrid Kia, the HUB Niro , it has not yet unveiled its availability date, but we know that falls within the line EcoDynamics that aims to triple the “green” fleet of the South Korean brand .

Meanwhile we have to wait, and to do it as safely and responsibly, we can tell fromthat will keep us safe from any unforeseen unwanted whether our car is gasoline, as if it is hybrid.

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