We test drive the new Kia Niro, talks to Nissan’s Ben Warren on progress on vehicle-to-grid, and to Solar Victoria’s Stan Krpan on the state’s EV subsidy.
South Korean car maker Kia will bring the all-electric e-Niro to Australia in mid-2021.
Four more electric vehicles are now available to Australian drivers, including the longer range Nissan Leaf, the Kia e-Soul, the Fiat 500e and Peugeot E208.
If uptake of EVs is to gain hold in Australia, they need to be fit for purpose – here’s a list of what we should expect to see in coming years.
Kia aims to sell one million electrified vehicles annually, with half of that goal to be all-electric, by 2026.
Kia e-Niro arrival in Australia may be delayed due to overseas demand and be replaced by the all-electric Soul.