The KIA EV6 is the first dedicated electric car built on Kia’s new Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP).
- It is the first electric car in the seven fully electric vehicles lineup based on the E-GMP platform.
- The battery can go 10 to 80 percent in just 18 minutes.
- The car is available in three versions Standard, GT-Line & GT with two battery options.
- Both battery options are available in RWD and AWD.
Kia EV6 powertrain
KIA EV6 is offered with two battery packs — a 77.4kWh long-range option and a 58kWh. The EV6 with a single electric motor and more modest battery puts out 168 Hp, while the AWD variations add a front engine for an total 232 Hp. At the point when fitted with a bigger battery, the EV6 gets an all the more impressive back engine creating 225 hp. With AWD, the double engine arrangement conveys a joined 321 Hp with the larger battery.
Yet, that is not all. The EV6 GT’s double electric engine arrangement belts out a monstrous 577 Hp of max power and 740 Nm of torque, empowering 0-100 kmph runs in just 3.5 seconds. The Kia EV6 GT has a top speed of 260 kmph. In a single charge, the car can go to 510km.
Kia EV6 Dimensions
Talking about its measurements, the Kia EV6 hybrid estimates 4,680 mm long, 1,880 mm in width, stands 1,550 mm tall, and has a huge 2,900 mm long wheelbase. New EV is settled somewhere close to the Sportage and Sorento in Kia’s portfolio.
In front, the car features a KIA Tiger-nose grille. It is sleeker and moderate, flanked by a couple of dynamic LED headlights and successive DRLs. Its Urus/RS Q8-like outline, with an all-encompassing character line, adds definition to its appearance. At the back, a LED light bar traverses the boot width. (Cialis)
Kia EV6 features
Kia has loaded the EV6 with a Level 3 autonomous driver assist frameworks. These incorporate Safe Exit Assist (that cautions travelers attempting to exit from the back about encompassing traffic), Lane Following Assist, Highway Driving Assist, and Remote Smart Parking Assist.
Kia has additionally redone its infotainment offering, with a 12-inch screen. Driving presentation and infotainment boards are bended, with the last highlighting associated administrations and over-the-air programming software updates.
2021 Kia EV6 Pricing
Standard EV6 is offered at the beginning cost of £40,895 for the 77.4kWh RWD 225bhp model. Which includes the double 12.3-inch bent screens, for infotainment, sat-nav with Kia Connect, full LED headlights, and a lot of cutting edge wellbeing tech.
The sportier-looking GT-Line version sees the value move to £43,895. It includes the equivalent powertrain as the base-model, however a more powerful body unit and some additional standard innovation. Updates incorporate softened cowhide upholstery, LED surrounding lighting, and a power-operated driver’s seat.
Top-spec, EV6 GT is priced from £58,295 and is only available with the 77.4kwh, AWD powertrain.