Korean auto maker Kia this month unveils a hybrid version of its Picanto compact sedan powered by both liquefied petroleum gas and regular gasoline. The new model primarily is aimed at relieving range anxiety for drivers in the European markets, but also is available to buyers in Korea as the Morning Bi-fuel model. “The unique bi-fuel engine system was developed at our combined Hyundai-Kia technical center in Namyang to overcome range-anxiety problems in Europe and to eliminate cold ...
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