KIA OPTIMA PHEV
The 2017 KIA Optima PHEV, unveiled early 2016 is available in one trim, the EX which will be built in Hwasung, South Korea, and is expected to go on sale in the fourth quarter of 2016.
KIA’s vice president of product planning Orth Hedrick said the following at the launch – “As part of our bold initiative to increase fuel efficiency by 25 percent across the entire Kia model line-up by 2020, a plug-in hybrid was a critical addition to our offering. The Optima HEV adds hybrid efficiency to the standout styling and vehicle dynamics of our all-new Optima, and the PHEV takes things one step further with all-electric range that is among the best in the segment,”
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KIA OPTIMA PHEV SALES
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