Regenerative self-charging captures the kinetic energy otherwise lost when you decelerate or apply the brakes and uses it to recharge the lithium-ion drive battery.
With an EV drivetrain, the Niro EV has a combined system output of 201 horsepower and 291 pound-feet of torque. Behind the wheel, punch it up a notch with the push of a button to engage sport mode. A high-density, lithium-ion polymer 64 kWh battery packs enough power for an EPA-estimated 239-mile range, and fits unobtrusively under the vehicle’s floor to retain a roomy cabin.
An innovative rotary shifter with LED indicator is surrounded by some of the most commonly used controls, so comfort is always within reach.
A standard wireless phone charger, USB ports and Bluetooth® calling and music streaming support for multiple devices lets you stay connected on the go.
The Niro EV comes with a 53.0 cubic feet of cargo room, with the rear seats down, to fit your lifestyle, more room than the 2021 Audi Q3. 60/40 folding rear seats let you fit larger items and offer expansive versatility for life's adventures.
High-end design meets high-tech, as Niro EV-specific gauge modes display energy flow, charge status, and other important vehicle information. Travel in style as the distinct seat trim and blue interior accents complete the high-design aesthetic.
Command your Niro EV from a distance with features like remote lock/unlock for peace of mind and remote climate control to prime your comfort zone. You may also set charging schedules.
This standard system will provide alerts if it senses the driver's attention level has been significantly reduced, and can alert the driver if the vehicle ahead has begun accelerating away from a stop.
Standard NSCC–C with HDA can help with control on the highway: maintaining a predetermined distance from the vehicle ahead, using navigation data to adapt to curves and speed limits, and even bringing you to a complete stop and then start off again with just a tap of the accelerator.
Standard LFA can help correct lane position by applying steering input in order to help maintain course if it detects your vehicle getting too close to lane markers.
When in reverse, standard RCCW can warn you if it detects oncoming obstacles, and may help apply the brakes to help mitigate a collision.