Kia car maker has unveiled new car elctric concept at the Seoul Motor Show, it’s named 2011 Kia Naimo Electric Concept. Naimo name is derived from “Ne-mo ‘the Korean word which means’ the square’. And this is one concept that does not run away from the boxy design. It features no B-pillar and rear-hinged doors.
But Naimo designs influenced by Asia Celadon pottery style, with asymmetrical shape that is reflected in the roof design of this concept and in front of the LED lamp dot-style also provides a center-off feel the car. They regularity-off design cues meant to contrast with the shape of a square car. Naimo is powering PMSM (permanent magnet synchronous motor) motor with an output of 80 kW (109 hp / 109 hp) and 280 Nm (206 lb-ft) of torque.
Juice packets are given a 27 kWh lithium-ion batteries located under the trunk. Naimo is the maximum speed to 150 km / h (93 mph) and the car has a range of about 200 km (124 miles) on a single charge. A quick load (50 kW), allowing the battery reaches 80 percent capacity in about 25 minutes. Car rides low-resistance tires on alloy wheels 20 inches.
Inside, things get a little more down to earth with the use of oak Korea to the floor and interior door panels. Korean “Han-ji” paper serves as the headlining and interior touches craft is equipped with a line off the sunroof design. A twin-pack 27 kWh Lithium Ion Polymer battery, located under the boot floor, Gives the vehicle a driving range of 200 km on a single charge. To enhance the range, the showcar is fitted with special low-drag 20-inch alloy wheels.