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Green Motion Manchester and Green Motion Liverpool welcome the Kia Soul

Green Motion Manchester and Green Motion Liverpool have taken delivery of the fully electric Kia Soul today on their fleet.

As incredibly green as the Soul EV is with zero CO2 emissions, it still manages a class-leading 0-100 kph acceleration and a top speed of 145 kph. But its capabilities don’t stop there – with exceptional output and torque for maximum exhilaration and command at the wheel.

Both Green Motion Manchester and Liverpool will be welcoming the Kia Soul as their second fully electric vehicle on their fleet after having had the Nissan Leaf over the past few months and, due to an increase in demand, are now looking to expand their fully electric vehicle range for customers.

First shown in production form at the 2008 Paris Auto Show, the Kia Soul was designed at the company's U.S. headquarters near Irvine, California, credited to Mike Torpey under the design leadership of Peter Schreyer. A redesigned version of the Soul emerged in 2014, with more power and a much better interior.

Thanks to the highly energy-dense lithium-ion polymer battery, you can enjoy more power for longer with up to 212 km of real-world driving on a full charge.

The Nissan Leaf and Kia Soul both provide approximately 90 miles range. Its electric motoring with all the everyday convenience you require.

For more information on hiring a fully electric vehicle, visit greenmotion.com.

  • Green Motion Manchester and Green Motion Liverpool welcome the Kia Soul
  • Green Motion Manchester and Green Motion Liverpool welcome the Kia Soul