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By the end of 2025, Kia Motors Corporation plans to offer a full line-up of 11 battery electric vehicles. The announcement made in Seoul is part of ‘Plan S’,  Kia’s strategy aimed at establishing a leadership position in the future automotive industry.

The plan encompasses electrification and mobility services, as well as connectivity and autonomy.

Kia Motors’ President and CEO, Han-woo Park, says “Kia Motors will actively innovate to take on the challenges ahead, identifying and capitalizing on new opportunities to propel the company forward.”

Park adds: “Plan S is a bold and enterprising roadmap for Kia’s future business transition, buttressed by the two pillars of electric vehicles and mobility solutions. Our approach is to put customers first, and Kia will reinvigorate its brand innovation by developing products and services that offer new experiences for customers.”

Alongside these objectives, Kia will offer EV-based mobility services as part of its new business model, designed to help solve global urban problems such as environmental pollution.


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