Korean automaker Kia has scrapped the sale of the gas Soul crossover in Europe, now opting to sell electric versions only.

The decision is based on poor sales of gas Souls in the region, with roughly 85 percent of all sales comprising its all-electric version. As of June 15, 2245 units have been sold in Germany, of which 1,899 were all-electric. However, a large number of those automobiles were shipped to Norway and classified as used cars in a scheme to boost its average emissions performance in the European Union.

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Kia is also going all-out with its electrification efforts, promising to build 14 electric models by 2025, including a new-generation Soul. With the choice of two battery options (39.2 kWh and 65kWh), it will share the same platform as the Niro and Hyundai Kona EV’s with improved range (up to 186 miles) over the current version’s 111 miles. The next-generation Soul EV is expected to go to market by the end of the year.