Kia Pop Concept Car

Here is the POP electric concept in the metal at the Kia stand in Paris.The all-new Pop concept car will be displayed in Paris at Kia’s Green Zone, which will also preview other Kia cars.

Kia released a few more details about its premieres for the 2010 Paris Auto Show, which opens its doors on September, 30. We have been revealed before that the South Korean carmaker is going to unveil an exciting Pop electric car, which has been designed by Kia’s European design team under the direction of Kia’s Chief Design Officer Peter Schreyer and Gregory Guillaume, Kia Europe’s Chief Designer.

Kia Pop Concept Car Technical Information:

A unique addition to the automotive world – a chrome-coloured, three-meter long three-seater concept car with oblong side windows and front-hinged doors.

Kia Pop concept car features that state-oft-the-art lithium polymer battery technology, which is supplied by LG-Chem. The technically advanced battery pack provides the same levels of power performance as lithium ion batteries. It is 20 percent smaller in size compared to more conventional lithium ion battery and also less complex to manufacture, says Kia Motors.


Kia Pop Concept Powertrain Technology

Lithium polymer gel battery
Electric motor with lithium polymer gel battery / 18 kWh
Power:68 PS (50 kW)

Torque: 190 Nm (19.4 kg.m)
Emissions: 0 g/km

Kia Pop Dimensions

Wheelbase: 2055mm

Overall height: 1490mm

Overall length: 3000mm

Overall width 1740 mm

Pop Electric Car Performance

Top speed (kph) 140
Driving range: 160km
Charging time 6 hours (230V)
Charging time 30 minutes (high voltage)

Sources: Kia World, AUTOMOVIL TV


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