Earlier this morning at the Seoul Motor Show, Kia decided to parade their latest Naimo electric concept car that will bring both the old and the new in a single four-wheeled vehicle, although we think that this seems to model after the Mini a wee bit too close for our comfort. Well, that aside, the Naimo derives its name from the Korean word “Ne-mo”, (pronounced ‘Neh-mo’, meaning ‘square shape’), where its main purpose of simple existence would be to be a solid people (and equipment) mover without causing more damage to the environment around. The Kia Naimo will be powered by an electric motor with twin 27kWh LiPoly batteries that delivers around a 200km range on a full cahrge. With a fast recharge outlet, the batteries can reach 80% capacity in a mere 25 minutes, now how about that?
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