You can’t deny the popularity the new 2014 Kia Soul has enjoyed lately or the excitement it’s generated. From its much-loved hamster advertisements to its exciting new look the 2014 Kia Soul is electric. So what’s more appropriate, then, for a car that generates electricity in the marketplace and electricity amongst its fans than to introduce an electric-powered vehicle?
Kia recently announced plans to offer the all-new 2014 Kia Soul as an all-electric model in a few specific markets beginning in 2014. The 2014 Kia Soul is a perfect choice to offer as an electric-only vehicle, and not just because it electrifies drivers (figuratively speaking, of course) with it’s fun looks and versatile performance. According to Orth Hedrick, Kia Executive Director of Product Planning, “Eco-consciousness already comes standard on the all-new Soul with 85-percent of its materials able to be recycled at the end of its lifespan, and the Soul EV will further demonstrate Kia’s engineering capabilities as well as our commitment to producing vehicles with reduced environmental footprints.”
The 2014 Kia Soul urban passenger vehicle is roomy and versatile enough to handle any task and swallow all sorts of cargo as you run errands, but it’s also small and maneuverable enough to navigate tight city streets like a champ. It’s bigger than you expect and at the same time more compact than you think – the perfect urban passenger vehicle. And with the announcement of an upcoming all-electric 2014 Kia Soul, there are even more electrifying reasons to enjoy driving a Kia vehicle in Sacramento. Kia Hybrid models are available here at Folsom Lake Kia and so is the 2014 Kia Soul, so visit us today for more information; according to Kia more information about the 2014 Kia Soul EV will be provided at upcoming auto shows.
“The Soul has always been a terrific choice for drivers in urban environments, and the all-new version’s blend of technology, refinement, style, improved dynamics and value has allowed us to create a car that is as efficient as it is fun to drive,” said Hedrick.