Crossver by Design. Hybrid by Nature. Introducing the New Niro Self-Charging Hybrid. With this car you will experience the top qualities of a modern crossover: compact exterior, roomy and refined interior, harmoniously blended with the best talents of a true hybrid.
If you would like to know more about Kia's electric range, we have prepared this handy guide.
Adaptive Smart Cruise Control function (SCC)
A radar sensor behind the grille measures the distance to the vehicle ahead, and automatically maintains a safe distance by controlling speed, up to the speed set by the driver even if the driver does not accelerate or brake. Available as a standard feature on the '4'.
The Niro gives a high-tech impression with bi-functional lamps projecting high beam and low beam from a single light source.
Colour TFT Cluster
Hybrid utility vehicle specified cluster creates a high-tech image and displays environmentally friendly information to help you go further. Available on the '2', '3' and '4'.
427 litres of luggage
Thanks to the location of the battery pack under the seats, the Niro provides 427 litres of luggage space with rear seats and an impressive 1,425 litres when the rear seats are folded. These figures reduce by 54 litres on the Niro '2' grade up due to the luggage tray.
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA)
Evaluating both camera and radar data, Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) can detect a potential collision with a vehicle, pedestrian or obstacle, warn you and even apply maximum braking power to stop the vehicle or minimise damage. Available as a standard feature on the '4'.
Lane Keep Assist System (LKAS)
This feature is designed to alert the driver that the vehicle is about to deviate from a traffic lane. The system helps the car stay on course within the centre of the lane by continuously applying a small amount of countersteering force.