The 2023 Niro EV will be available in two trim levels, Wind and Wave, along with an additional $1,295 destination charge, according to a press statement from Kia. The starting price for the base Niro EV Wind is $39,450, while the more expensive Niro EV Wave trim is $44,450. Both trims have the same 201-horsepower electric motor, a 64.8-kWh battery, and DC fast charging, which can charge the battery from 10% to 80% in less than 45 minutes. Power seats, a 10.25-inch infotainment display, a wireless phone charger, a heated steering wheel, and 17-inch wheels are all included as standard equipment. Blind-spot, front, and rear collision avoidance, lane-keeping assistance, and pedestrian identification are just a few of the standard safety features that come with the 2023 Niro EV.

SlashGear/Chris Davies Both trims are also eligible for the Preserve Package option, which includes heated rear seats as well as a heat pump. The Kia Niro EV Wave edition, on the other hand, includes more opulent options including a sunroof, a 7-speaker Harman Kardon premium sound system, a head-up display, memory seats, and improved assist technologies. The more expensive Niro EV trim also comes with a digital key system that enables you to drive, lock, and unlock the vehicle using virtual keys that you may send to friends via text messages. The 2023 Kia Niro EV is expected to become available in the United States later this month.


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