2020 Kia Optima Hybrid Carrollton TX
If anyone needs any solid evidence regarding how far new hybrid sedans have come over the last few model years, all they need to do is come on over to Classic Kia of Carrollton in Texas to check out the 2020 Kia Optima Hybrid.
That’s because the 2020 Optima Hybrid enters the new model year boasting a slew of model enhancements that make it more powerful, more fuel efficient, more capable, more feature-filled, and more fun to drive than ever before – a list that includes newly standard wireless charging capabilities for smartphones, a newly standard auto-dimming rearview mirror, a newly standard 8-inch rearview monitor screen with newly standard Dynamic Parking Guidance capabilities, a suite of 10 newly standard Kia Drive Wise driver assistance systems, and a newly standard UVO system that allows you to find your 2020 Optima Hybrid, lock and unlock your 2020 Optima Hybrid, and remotely control the climate of your 2020 Optima Hybrid.
What Engine and Motor Components Make Up the Hybrid Powertrain of the 2020 Kia Optima Hybrid at Classic Kia of Carrollton in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area of Texas?
As it is with most new hybrid sedans on the road today, the hybrid powertrain of the 2020 Kia Optima Hybrid is made up of an engine, an electric motor, and a battery.
More specifically, the hybrid powertrain of the 2020 Kia Optima Hybrid is made up of a Nu 2.0-liter GDI I-4 engine, an interior-permanent magnet synchronous electric motor, and a lithium-ion polymer battery. When it’s all said and done, this impressive and advanced new hybrid powertrain provides you with 192 horsepower and 271 pound-feet of torque all while getting you up to 40 city miles per gallon and 45 highway miles per gallon.
In terms of interior space, the 2020 Kia Optima Hybrid features 104.8 cubic-feet of passenger space and 13.4 cubic-feet of cargo space.
For more on the 2020 Kia Optima Hybrid and everything it can do, please get in touch with our friendly staff here at Classic Kia of Carrollton in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas.