Kia’s New EV6: Enhanced Range, Features & Style!


Kia has unveiled the facelift of the EV6, their first dedicated electric car based on Hyundai’s platform. The new EV6 features more range with a larger battery capacity, updated design elements, and enhanced features, including a new ccNC infotainment system.

Why does it matter?

The updated Kia EV6 boasts a bigger battery capacity of 84 kWh, providing a range of up to 307 miles in Korea. The new battery technology allows for faster charging, from 10% to 80% in just 18 minutes with 350 kW fast charging. The interior of the EV6 has been upgraded with Kia’s latest infotainment system, offering Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and advanced features like remote smart parking assist and voice recognition.

In terms of design, the new EV6 showcases a refreshed exterior with wing-shaped bumper designs and improved lighting elements. The rear features Kia’s star map lightning, while the front reveals redesigned headlights and a new DRL with Kia’s distinctive “Star Map Signature Lighting.” Kia aims to elevate the driving experience with enhancements such as frequency-sensitive shock absorbers and optimized motor noise control for a quieter ride.

Kia offers different trims for the new EV6, starting at $40,500 in Korea for the base model and going up to $46,200 for the GT-Line model. With tax credits, the starting price could drop to $38,500, making it an attractive option in the electric vehicle market.

How is it going to shape the future?

The updated Kia EV6 sets a higher standard for electric vehicles, combining extended range, innovative features, and a modern design. With Kia’s commitment to sustainable mobility and continuous improvement, the EV6 represents a step forward in the brand’s journey towards electrification. As Kia continues to enhance their electric vehicle lineup, the EV6’s advancements in range, technology, and design are likely to influence the evolution of electric vehicles in the future.