Kia Niro EV 64.8 kWh battery (electric motor/reduction gearbox); 150 kW (204 ps): combined electricity consumption 16.2 kWh/100 km; CO2 emission combined 0 g/km
If you want to enjoy our service without any restrictions, open an account with Kia Charge.
Once you have fully registered, you will receive your starter package including your personal Kia Charge charging card by mail. If you already have a charging card, please activate it by entering your card number during the registration.
You've already received your personal charging card? Great, here's how to activate your card.
Activate your charging card by logging in to the Kia Charge website or app.
In the contract overview in your user account, click on the “Activate card” button. Enter your personal card number which is found on the back of your charging card.
Please note that there may be limitations within the first 24 hours after the charging card is activated. After that you will be able to use your Kia Charge card without restrictions.
Kia Charge offers maximum flexibility to start your next charging session. No matter if you use the card, the app or Plug & Charge, all of your charging activities will be displayed in your account.
Hold your charging card in front of the card reader for authentication and to start the charging session. To end the charging session, repeat the step by briefly holding your charging card in front of the reader again.
With Plug & Charge can you charge and pay fully automatically. A charging card or the app to start a charging session is not needed. Simply plug in the charging cable at the charging station and start charging. Please make sure that your electric vehicle is compatible for the Plug & Charge feature.
There are two ways to start and stop a charging session.
App: Select the charge point in the app where your vehicle is plugged-in and simply click on the "Start and pay" button.
QR Code Scanner: Scan the QR-code at the charging station with the scanner in the app.
In both cases, you can end the charging process via the app as well.
The duration of a charging process depends on various factors: the battery capacity and level, the vehicle’s maximum charging speed, and the charging station’s speed and capacity. Electric vehicles can be charged with the following:
Alternating current (AC), which offers a maximum power of 43 kW.
Direct current (DC), also known as fast charging, which starts at 50 kW.
High Power Charging (HPC) is the next-generation charging technology and starts at 100 kW.
Your Kia Charge app shows which charge points have the right plug for your vehicle.
At AC stations, type-2 plugs are the most common, but some have type-1 plugs as well. DC stations have either CCS or CHAdeMO plugs; European car manufacturers use the CCS standard.
The public charging infrastructure in Europe is growing steadily. All major highways are now equipped with fast charging stations. There’s also a growing number of stations in urban centres.
With Kia Charge, you can charge conveniently at home, on the road, and abroad. Check our map to see all of the charge points in our network.
When you reach the charging station, you usually need to authenticate yourself with your charging card. This unlocks the charging sockets. You can then plug the cable into your car. In some cases, the cables are not locked and you can plug them in before authentication. Once the charging cable is plugged in, it’s locked securely on both ends before the charging starts. It stays locked until the charging process is terminated. To complete the charging process and unplug the charging cable, the charging card must be re-read. At some charging stations, you can simply unlock your vehicle to disconnect the cable.
Your tariff offers either flexible or fixed charging prices.
Flexible price: The charging prices are set by the respective charge point operator. Prices can vary depending on the operator you charge at. Before charging your vehicle, check up-to-date prices in the Kia Charge app – or visit our tariff page and map.
Fixed price: Uniform prices apply across all charging stations. Please note there may be exceptions for some charge point operators.
Charging costs abroad may differ. Always check the app for prices in different countries. Depending on your tariff, additional fixed costs such as a one-time registration fee and a monthly base fee may apply.
Electric vehicles can only be environmentally friendly if they support the use of renewable energies. That is why we are committed to making charging events as sustainable as possible.