No more hiding! Kia breaks new ground with Niro 2022 plug-in hybrid

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No more hiding! Kia breaks new ground with Niro 2022 plug-in hybrid

No more hiding! Kia breaks new ground with Niro 2022 plug-in hybrid

The Kia Niro 2022 was unveiled in November 2021 with Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid and electric options. In January, Kia revealed the technical details and pricing of the Hybrid option, and Kia recently unveiled the Plug-in Hybrid and electric version.

The Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid uses a 1.6-liter gasoline engine powered by a 62-kilowatt electric motor that produces a total of 180 horsepower. Its battery is larger than the previous model, with a capacity of 11.1 kW, enough for a range of 65 km.

As for the electric version, this car is equipped with an electric motor that produces 201 horsepower and 255 Nm of torque. The battery is a 64.8 kWh lithium-ion polymer with a range of 463 km on a single charge. If charged with a fast charger, it takes about 43 minutes to charge from 10 to 80%.

The Kia Niro Hybrid is powered by a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine powered by a 32-kilowatt electric motor, a 1.56-kilowatt-hour battery that produces a total of 139 horsepower and 256 Nm of torque. Fuel consumption is 100 km, 4.8 liters for 16-inch wheels or 5.2 liters / 100 km for 18-inch wheels.

The Kia Niro has a sleek, modern design featuring large LED vertical headlights and Daytime running lights. The panna is divided into two parts, the upper part is small and the lower part is large, and the fog lamp is attached.

The interior of this SUV features a digital counter connected to a 10.25-inch touchscreen entertainment system. The steering wheel has push buttons and a Head-Up Display that displays information directly to the driver. The air conditioning system is controlled by its own touchscreen, equipped with an air purifier and a gearbox.

An electric car charging station was hacked to prevent it from charging

An electric car charging station in London, England, has been hacked by cyber-attackers, causing a power outage.IconResearchers from the University of Oxford have discovered a hole in the software that allows hackers to successfully attack through a remote hacking method called [BrokenWire] (https://www.brokenwire.fail/) Attacks 18 DC high-power chargers and sets them to turn off automatically History at the city charging station.

The incident occurred in early April 2022, now repaired to be reusable, and the source of the attack was not disclosed. It is said that the case is still under investigation. An error message appears on the screen.An error message appears on the screen.

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