Kia's first European-built plug-in hybrid adds an ecological dimension to the sportswagon's athletic design and spaciousness. It will enable most people to complete their daily drives and short commutes solely on electric power.
The Plug-in Hybrid edition of the Ceed Sportswagon is designed to sit at the top of the estate car range. In EV mode, the Ceed Sportswagon Plug-in Hybrid has the ability to travel up to 37 miles using a 3.3kW AC charger, the battery pack can be replenished to 100 per cent in just 2 hours and 15 minutes. The new Ceed Sportswagon ‘3’ Plug-in Hybrid is available to order now from Kia showrooms, with the first vehicles arriving in the UK in April 2020.
All exterior lights feature LED technology, including bi-function LED headlights, LED daytime running lights and LEDs for the taillight clusters and high-mounted brake lights. Automatic headlight control, rain sensing front wipers and a front wiper de-icer all combine to assist the driver during inclement weather conditions. Roof rails provide a practical touch, while the stylish design is reinforced by 17-inch alloy wheels and privacy glass to the rear windows and tailgate.
The roomy cabin is designed around the driver. The 10.25" navigation touchscreen is integrated in the horizontal design of the dashboard. Information is displayed in high-definition, including turn-by-turn navigation instructions, audio information, phone calls and more.
Distinctive LED Lights
For maximum visibility and recognition, front and rear of the new Kia Ceed Sportswagon Plug-in Hybrid feature distinctive LED lights and front 'Ice Cube' LED daytime running lights - as standard. LEDs consume less energy than other bulbs, making them ideal for electrified driving.
The battery pack is located beneath the rear bench so it does not take up valuable cargo space. The Ceed Sportswagon Plug-in Hybrid provides 437 litres of luggage space, and up to 1,506 litres with the 40:20:40 split-fold rear sears folded down.
Modern Hybrid Solutions
Regenerative braking technology harvests kinetic energy that recharges your battery pack while braking. The Coasting Guide analyses your route to let you know when to take your foot off the pedal. The Virtual Engine Sound System activates in electric-only mode to safely alert pedestrians of your presence.
Charging Made Easier
The new charging indicator is located on top of the dashboard. That way you can see it from outside the car and tell whether your car is fully-charged without having to get inside.