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Early US Kia EV9 Reservation Holders Will Get a Webasto Go Portable EV Charger

If you order your all-new 2024 Kia EV9 in October, it'll be delivered with a great portable charger

The electric vehicle revolution is as much about the cars as it is about the infrastructure that supports them. The need for efficient and versatile charging solutions is paramount and leading this charge (pun intended) is Webasto. While the 2024 EV9 is Kia‘s ambitious foray into the all-electric SUV segment, it’s the backing of technology like Webasto’s Go Dual-Voltage Portable EV Charger that will enhance the ownership experience.

The 2024 Kia EV9 Will Offer up to an Estimated 483 km of Range

Charging upgrade

From October 16th to November 27th, every booking for the Kia EV9 comes with an opportunity to get the Webasto Go Dual-Voltage Portable EV Charger. Crafted for both versatility and effectiveness, this charger guarantees that those behind the wheel of an EV9 always have rapid energy replenishment within reach.

A Partnership Carved in Sustainability

Webasto and Kia aren’t just business partners; they’re co-travelers on the road to a sustainable tomorrow. Their alliance dates back to 2022, and the availability of the Webasto Go dual-voltage charger across US Kia dealerships is a nod to their combined endeavor to make electric driving accessible and hassle-free.

Drive, Charge, Repeat: Webasto’s Commitment to Seamless EV Journeys

The allure of the Webasto Go doesn’t end with its dual-voltage feature. Its design ensures that whether you want to wall-mount it at your residence or carry it for those long drives, it’s always up to the task. Compact, efficient, and reliable – this charger is a testament to Webasto’s commitment to delivering an unparalleled charging experience.

Webasto Go Dual-Voltage Portable EV Charger

We’ve recently reviewed this charger and found it to be an impressive piece of equipment. The combination of being portable mixed with the versatility of both Level 1 and Level 2 charging capabilities make it an ideal charging solution whether at home or on the go.

Home Charger Review : Webasto Go

“Collaborating with Kia America on their ambitious EV9 project is an affirmation of our dedication to advancing the EV landscape. By integrating our cutting-edge charger, we’re providing consumers with more than just a vehicle – it’s a complete EV experience. We’re excited to be part of this journey and to support drivers as they transition to a greener future,” said Christina Di Sano, Director of Sales, Webasto Charging Systems.

Powering Ahead to an Electric Future

The synergies between Webasto and Kia America underscore a collective vision – driving the transition to a cleaner, greener world. If anything, this type of charger may coax automakers into eventually offering dual-voltage chargers as standard equipment with new EVs.

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