Introducing The 2022 Kia EV6
The Kia EV6 is coming to Cowboy Kia! Have you ordered yours?
This innovative new electric vehicle is engineered and designed to be as efficient as it is sporty and fun to drive. It may look like a sporty vehicle, but it is also a practical crossover.
Built on the new Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), the EV6 sits on top of a 77.4 kWh high-density lithium-ion battery pack that stretches from the front to the rear wheels. It can be configured with rear-wheel drive or a Dual-Motor e-All-Wheel Drive system.
Electric vehicles are usually pretty quick off the mark. The EV6 can sprint from zero to 60 MPH in just 4.6 seconds.
When fully charged, the EV6 is rated for a 310-mile range according to the Environmental Protection Agency, for road trips and excursions. To charge up the battery, a world’s first 800-volt multi-charging architecture enables ultra-fast DC charging capability from 10-80 percent charge – up to 217 miles range – in under 18 minutes.
You can charge up an EV6, but it can also charge up your computers, camping gear, tailgating accessories and even provide back-up power to your home. This is all thanks to an innovative Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) function that turns the EV6 into a mobile power source anywhere.
The EV6 is also spacious and practical. Inside, there is 102 cu.-ft. of passenger room with 24.4 cu.-ft. of cargo room behind the second row and 50.2 cu.-ft. of space with the second-row seats folded down. The entire interior sits on a flat floor just above the battery pack.
There are 21 standard active Advanced Driver Assistance Systems with semi-autonomous driver capabilities including Highway Driving Assist 2. An Augmented Reality Head-Up Display system projects three-dimensional images onto windshield, keeping the driver focused on the road ahead.
Customers can choose between five EV6 models. Models include the Light RWD, Wind RWD, Wind Dual Motor e-AWD, GT-Line RWD, and GT-Line Dual Motor e-AWD. Pricing starts from $40,900 before the Federal tax credit on electric vehicles.