The 2021 Kia Niro EV has been announced by the automotive brand as its latest electric vehicle model that will offer a range of safety and comfort features at a competitive price point. The vehicle is outfitted with DriveWise Advance Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) including Highway Driving Assist, Leading Vehicle Departure Alert, Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control and more. The vehicle also boasts wireless access to Apple CarPlay and Android auto, while a rear occupant alert will remind drivers of passengers in the backseat.
The 2021 Kia Niro EV comes in EX and EX Premium trim options, which are priced at$39,090 and $44,650, respectively, and both feature a driving range of 239-miles. Drivers would also be able to take advantage of buying incentives based on their state and local utility, depending on where they make their purchase.
The 2021 Kia Niro EV Starts at Under $40,000
1. Affordable Electric Vehicles - The market for fully electric vehicles has grown rapidly in recent years, creating an opportunity for automakers to produce affordable models that cater to a broader consumer base.
2. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) - As technology continues to improve, opportunities exist for automakers to incorporate advanced driver assistance systems into their vehicles to improve safety and driving experience.
3. Wireless Connectivity for Vehicles - With the growing ubiquity of smartphones and other mobile devices, there is an opportunity for automakers to incorporate wireless connectivity options that allow drivers to easily integrate their devices with their vehicles.
1. Automotive Industry - Automakers can capitalize on the growing demand for electric vehicles and position themselves to compete in the market by producing affordable and technologically advanced electric models.
2. Technology Industry - Opportunities exist for technology companies to partner with automakers to develop and improve upon advanced driver assistance systems and wireless connectivity options for vehicles.
3. Energy Industry - Utilities and other energy companies can offer incentives to encourage consumers to purchase electric vehicles and work with automakers to develop charging infrastructure that supports the growing demand for these vehicles.