Kia Motors unveils small electric car in S.Korea


SEOUL, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Kia Motors Corp, an affiliate of Hyundai Motor Co, on Thursday unveiled an all-electric version of its small car initially for government use in South Korea, as the companies begin to tap the nascent segment. Kia Motors, South Korea's second-biggest automaker, said it would manufacture 2,500 units of its first electric vehicle next year, based on its box-shaped Ray model launched in late November, for domestic sale only. "We plan to sell it to the public later, but ...

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