Sunday, April 14, 2024

Kia To Start Accepting Bookings For EV6 Electric Crossover From 26th May

On May 26th, Kia Motors will begin taking bookings for its EV6 electric crossover. As a result, the launch is expected to take place in June. It will be limited to 100 units for the time being. It will be sent to India as a CBU (Completely Built Unit). As a result, the prices will be a little higher. Ex-showroom, the Kia EV6 is likely to cost roughly Rs. 60 lakhs.

Kia has not yet announced which version would be sent to India. They are likely to bring a single fully equipped variant that is currently on sale in worldwide markets. The level of equipment and components will be the same as those offered by Kia in other markets. The EV6 has already been observed on Indian roads, and Kia has made no alterations to it. Steel Matte Gray was the colour scheme seen on it. We have no idea what colours Kia will introduce to India.

The EV6 is Kia’s first electric vehicle to be launched in India. By 2027, the company plans to launch seven electric vehicles in India, according to the company. They have recently unveiled a small, cheap electric vehicle that could be an electric version of the Sonet compact SUV. This is due to the fact that the Sonet is now Kia’s most cheap vehicle in our country.

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Kia EV6 India

Hyundai’s e-GMP platform, which stands for Electric Global Modular Platform, underpins the EV6. It’s an electric skateboard platform, which means the wheels are mounted on the corners, and batteries are stored on the bottom. Hyundai’s IONIQ 5, which has been spotted on Indian roads and will be launched in the coming months, is built on the same platform.

The platform does not include a transmission tunnel because it was designed particularly for electric vehicles. The occupants in the back seat will benefit from more legroom and knee room as a result of this. The e-GMP platform may also be utilized to create a variety of body shapes, as well as adjust the battery size based on the needs.

One of the hallmarks of the EV6 is its design. It has a pretty aggressive aspect to it, as well as a very sharp front end. The side panels are plain, and the wheel arches are huge. The EV6’s rear end, like the front, has a distinct design. It’s a hatchback with a stylish LED tail lamp. The EV6’s design is based on Kia’s new design philosophy, dubbed ‘Opposites United.’

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KIA EV6 Powertrain

The EV6 is available in both all-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive configurations in the worldwide market. A 58 kWh battery pack and a 77.4 kWh battery pack are available. The WLTP-rated driving range of the rear-wheel-drive 58 kWh battery pack is 400 kilometres. The 77.4 kWh battery pack with all-wheel drive has a driving range of roughly 510 kilometres.

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