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Ray EV (Republic of Korea, 2012)

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Kia Ray EV
basic info
spec rating
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Engine
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Type
Multi-purpose vehicle
Displacement
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Doors
5
Maximum torque
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Seats
1/5
Wheel Drive
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Luggage Space
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Transmission
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Fuel
Electric
Power-to-weight
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Kerb weight
2612 lb
safety rating:
NCAP
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fuel efficiency
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CO2 emissions
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Displacement
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max power
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acceleration 0-100 km/h
15.9s
top speed
81 mph
price
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loan
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ownership cost:
annual
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insurance
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Fuel
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service
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tyres
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about this car

Kia has announced its first electric vehicle, and it is based on the Kia Ray. The small car has a range of 139km, or 86 miles, and will exclusively be for the Korean market for now. 

The Ray EV uses a 50kW electric motor powering the front wheels with a 16.4 kWh lithium ion battery mounted under the rear seat and cargo area. Kia is guaranteeing the life of this battery for 10 years. The addition of the motor and battery add 187kg to the Ray's weight, but the electric motor makes 77% more torque than the car's normal engine. The Ray EV takes 15.9 seconds to accelerate to 100km/h, which Kia says is also faster than the standard Ray, and it has a 130km/h top speed. Kia says it will take six hours to charge from a 220v home outlet or just 25 minutes in quick charge mode. 

The car is designed to maximize range by adding an eco mode that changes the motor's torque curve to increase range, and a brake mode to the transmission that boosts regen...


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