Kia first jumped into the EV world with the release of the full battery electric Kia Soul EV, unveiled in 2014. The quirky, cubic wagon was well-received and proved a quality first EV effort. Kia expanded its electric lineup in 2017 with the introduction of the plug-in Kia Optima PHEV. In 2019, Kia released its most electrifying EV model to date. Preceded by a PHEV Niro in 2018, the Kia Niro EV sports a near-industry-leading range of 239 miles in an attractive crossover package. In 2021, Kia premiered its first EV to be built on a purpose-built EV platform, the EV6. The line-up will grow to include various models on the E-GMP platform shared with other Hyundai Group companies Hyundai and Genesis.
Below is a rundown of every available Kia electric vehicle with a link to the best Kia electric car charger options for each model.