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The Kia EV6 is a fully-electric compact crossover SUV manufactured by Kia since 2021. There has only been one iteration of the EV6, and it has not yet received any sort of update or facelift.
The EV6 is built on the Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), the same platform used by the Kia EV6’s corporate cousin, the Hyundai Ioniq 5. Another member of the family is the larger Genesis GV70.
As a compact crossover SUV, the EV6 features the typical 5-door layout. Rear-wheel and all-wheel drive can be chosen depending on the rear-motor or the dual-motor.
These are powered by either a single or dual permanent magnet synchronous reluctance motor capable of delivering between 125 and 430 kW. All of this is fueled by either a 58 kWh or a 77.4 kWh nickel-cobalt-magnesium lithium battery.
The transmission for the EV6 is a single-speed reduction gear.
Charging for the car is done via a 350 kW cable at 800 V. A single charge is purported to have a range of up to 510 km / 317 miles.
Trim levels for the EV6 include the Standard Range which is outfitted with the smaller battery powertrain. Above this are the Long Range and GT lines, both of which are equipped with the larger battery set for increased economy and performance.
The dual-motor setup is available as an option on the Standard Range but comes standard for GT models.
Most notable awards for the EV6 include ‘Best of the Best’ Red Dot Design Awards 2022 and 2022 European Car of the Year.