This nice concept car can be viewed at Chicago Auto Show 2010. The Kia Ray PHEV represents a plug-in hybrid vehicle that has its rooftop covered with solar glass which allows the car to produce green energy.
In addition to being eco-friendly the car also boasts improved aerodynamics and innovative technology. The Ray PHEV was developed by Kia’s new green sub-brand called EcoDynamics.
It is worth mentioning that the vehicle has a range of 746 miles. The 1.4-liter Gamma 153-hp GDI engine in Ray PHEV runs on energy produced by lithium-ion polymer battery pack. The car can reach a speed of 109mph.
Below you can find additional specification of the vehicle:
Length – 173.2 inches / 4,400 mm
Width – 72.8 inches / 1,850 mm
Height – 53.5 inches / 1,360 mm
Wheelbase – 106.3 inches / 2,700 mm
Batteries – Lithium-ion polymer
Fuel Economy – (Pure HEV Mode) 77.6 mpg
Fuel Economy – (Plug-in HEV Mode) 202.3 mpg
[via Green Autoblog]