With Kia’s Plan S, unveiled last January, the South Korean brand has made a commitment to go electric and has confirmed that it wants to produce a significant volume of electric vehicles in the future. As part of the plan, Kia will invest $ 25 billion by the end of 2025, with a global goal of introducing 11 new electric Kia by 2025 and selling 500,000 electric vehicles per year by then. Kia’s goal is to sell 6.6% of the world’s electric vehicles. And for the future, it plans to add plug-in hybrid models and mobility projects. What was sorely lacking at the time of Plan S’s deployment was what it meant specifically for the United States. Now Kia Motors America has released some of that information in the form of a short scripted press conversation between head of product and technology PR Neil Dunlop and head of long-term product strategy Steve Kosowski.
The Good4.Global series of business webinars in Canada’s national capital region has started on a high note, with the team at PPTA, a financial services