At the Seoul Motor Show 2011 which took place at this time, the two Korean car manufacturers display the newest electric car concept. SangYong shows KEV2 included in the compact SUV segment.

Informed Consent, Korean manufacturers will launch electric cars in three and four years. Propulsion system is similar to "Korando C EV" on display at the Busan International Motor Show last year.

Batteries used in the lithium-polymer capacity of 35 kWh to the voltage 350 volts. These batteries made ​​by LG Chem and claimed to be able to run a car 180 km for all content.

For electric motors, this section made ​​by SsangYong, electric motor capable of generating 120 kW of power and posted on the front. Maximum sustained speed of 150 km / hour.

This SUV dimensions, length 4441 mm, width 1860 mm, height 1690 mm​​, with 2650 mm wheelbase. Informed Similarly, the electric car concept was developed together with Mahindra & Mahindra SsangYong of India as the owner of 70 percent stake SsangYong today.

Kia did not miss show a compact electric vehicle concept that is named Naimo (KND-6). This car uses lithium-polymer battery with a capacity of 27 kWh which is made by LG Chem. Batteries for all content capable of moving the car as far as 200 km. However, no further information from Kia about plans to produce this car.

Naimo using synchronous permanent magnet motor mounted on the front side of the car. Power and torque produced by electric motors 80 kW and 280 Nm. Not clear about the weight, but this car is claimed to speed up to 150 km / hour.

The car does not have the B pillar to the second side door opening into the opposite direction. Dimensions, length 3890 mm​​, width 1844 mm, and height 1589 mm, with 2647 mm wheelbase.

The name comes from the word Naimo Korea, "ne-mo"which means box.

source : kompas.com

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amygjung said... @ April 4, 2011 at 8:09 PM

Lots of Naimo content circling the web these days. As a communicator for project Advanced Technology and Design Korea, I was able to spend the entire opening day at the 2011 Seoul Motor Show. Come by the facebook fan page (www.facebook.com/advancedtechKOR) where I uploaded some shots of the interior of the Naimo and the blog (www.advancedtechnologykorea.com) where we will be uploading updates about the show. Have a good one and happy Tuesday from Korea!

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