With an 800V charging system, a 5-minute charge would give you over 60 miles of driving range. In less than 18 minutes, you can charge your EV6 from 10%-80%.
Bring everything you need on your next adventure with an impressive maximum towing capacity of 1600kg*, all with zero exhaust emissions.
Range anxiety is a thing of the past with the EV6. The 77.4kWh battery can enable over 316 miles of range when fully charged.
The dual curved displays of the EV6 create clear, unobstructed visibility, while providing intuitive menus and visuals.
Not only does the EV6 have cutting-edge technology and exceptional performance, it also has sustainability at heart. The seats are made from recycled PET plastic bottles and high quality vegan leather or suede.
Safe trips made easy. The new AR heads-up display generates a virtual display right on the windscreen, providing you with all the key information to guide you safely to your destination.
Designed with range and performance in mind, the Kia EV6 marks a milestone in Kia production. Built on the electric-global modular platform (E-GMP), the EV6 features Kia’s most cutting-edge technology.
The E-GMP offers enhanced cornering performance and increased driving stability while at high speed. Its low centre of gravity means there is an optimal weight distribution between the front and rear, allowing for a driving experience like no other.
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The Kia EV6 is Kia’s first ever dedicated EV that is built on the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP). It’s Kia’s cleanest, most dynamic and energetic car to date.
The entry level Kia EV6 starts from £40,895 with the sports-inspired GT-Line models starting at £43,895 (226bhp RWD) and the high-performance GT model – capable of 0-100km/h in just 3.5 seconds – starting from £58,295 (coming in 2022).
The Kia EV6 has three trim grades – standard, GT-Line and GT-Line S. A GT model is coming in 2022.
The Kia EV6 is currently open for pre-reservation, with the first UK deliveries expected to arrive from October 2021.
The high-performance GT model will be launching in 2022, with exact dates yet to be confirmed by Kia.
The EV6 line-up comes as standard with the company’s long-range 77.4kWh battery which provides over 316 miles range** on a single charge.
The EV6 is a large electric SUV which doesn’t scrimp out on space. It has a 520-litre boot with an additional 52-litre space under the bonnet (reduced to 20 litres on a 4WD model).
*Figures refer to maximum towing capacity. Towing capacity may vary depending on the battery size and/or the drivetrain selected.
**Preliminary development target. The figures for the whole electric range reflect the expected results under WLTP and are pending final confirmation. Figures may not reflect real-life driving results.