Kia Ray Plug in Hybrid Concept 2010
The KIA RAY concept represents a plug-in hybrid sedan that can run 80 km solely on electric power and achieve a range of more than 1.150 km on a single tank of fuel. The 4,4 metre long sedan was styled in California by the team at KIA Design Centre America.
Under the bonnet, KIA’s plug-in hybrid power-train features a four cylinder, 16 valve, 1,4 litre engine fitted with gasoline direct injection and tuned to produce 115 hp. A 78 kW electric motor is mounted between the engine and transmission, boosting combined power to a maximum of 153 hp and driving the front wheels via a continuously variable transmission (CVT). Depending on driving conditions, power is sent to the front wheels from the gasoline engine or the electric motor, or both in combination. Inside the trunk, the KIA Ray Concept is equipped with a high capacity Lithium-Ion-Polymer battery and cooling system, together with the charger unit and plug-in port. The KIA Ray Concept is tuned to reach a top speed of 175 kph.
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