2010 THINK CITY 2+2
THINK mind to make the City with 2 +2 seating that is to give flexibility to the customer. It meets the needs of the community to go with family or want to carry heavy loads. The seats stow away giving largely the same load space as before. These advantages, coupled with our technical enhancements make the THINK City unquestionably the most attractive EV on the market.
Think City 2+2’s powertrain as with the two-seater model, it’s is powered by a 34kW electric motor and it can travel at highway speeds of up to 110 km/h [68 mph] and cover 160 kilometres [100 miles] on a single charge with zero local emissions. Typical charge time for the Lithium battery is 8 hours (100%) and for the Zebra battery, 0-80% in 7 hours and 80-100%, 4 hours.v
The Think City electric car will be offered with a 2+2 seating arrangement. The Oslo-based company’s four-seater model will go on sale in Europe within the next few days. The company did not say if or when the more practical version of the City will be available in North America.
2010 KIA KV7 CROSSOVER CONCEPT
Kia KV7 Crossover Concept will have its world premiere at next month’s 2011 Detroit Motor Show. Aside from the teaser rendering you see pictured above, the Korean firm didn’t really reveal any details on the funky crossover model that features a set of Gullwing-style rear doors.
For the past several years Kia Motors’ design-led transformation has been delivering production vehicles – such as the Soul, Forte Koup and Sportage that bear a very close resemblance to the original concept designs that preceded them. At the 2011 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Kia will make another dramatic design statement with the world debut of an all-new, convention-challenging concept vehicle named “KV7.”