A front-wheel drive prototype Soul EV test car based on the 2014 Soul
The Soul EV will be Kia's first all-electric vehicle offered outside Korea
The Soul EV (right) can be fully charged using a standard 240 V outlet in five hours
The Soul EV is expected to have a top speed of around 90 mph (145 km/h).
The Soul EV is expected to have a range of over 120 miles (193 km)
The Soul EV (right) and a 2014 Soul (left) with an Internal Combustion Engine (ICE).
The Soul EV (left) and a 2014 Soul (right) with an Internal Combustion Engine (ICE).
Kia's first electric vehicle, the Ray EV, is only available in Korea.
Details were thin on the ground when Kia revealed plans for a Soul EV last month. The Korean carmaker has now shed a little more light on the first all-electric Kia that will be sold outside its home country.
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