Kia takes wraps off new Niro at Seoul Motor Show

Kia Niro EV HERO

The new Kia Niro is more aggressive on the outside and more calming on the inside than its predecessor

Drawing on inspiration from the 2019 HabaNiro concept, the new Kia Niro gets a change of character with fresh exterior and interior designs. The car has been unveiled at the Seoul Motor Show, which is taking place between 25 November and 5 December.

Kia says that the Niro has been “completely redesigned” under the company’s ‘Opposites United’ design philosophy, and although it retains the same size and shape as its predecessor, it’s clear that the new model is far more modern in its design details.

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