The Kia EV6 is a fully electric crossover similar to the Hyundai Ionic 5 and Genesis GV60, the first of the electric car platform we'll see from the Korean brand.
EV6 embraces modern contrasts inside and out, visually combining SUV design, crossovers and hatchbacks. Her nose drops to the triangular headlights that point to the top of the racks and down the belt line and extends to the rear light that bends over the luggage compartment door, with a rear sliding panel and a raised rear bumper that makes the EV6 look more like a SUV and the car looks ready to pounce from behind.
The interior is similar to the current Kia cars with ornate surfaces and a miniature central control, yet it is an evolutionary step forward due to the interior fabrics reusing the 111 plastic water bottles and synthetic plant leather available.
The wheel-free steering wheel similar to the wheel in genesis SUV indicates a luxurious mile, with the single glass part containing a 12.0-inch digital toolkit and a 12.0-inch touch screen for entertainment. Beneath it, a long set of touch climate controls replace buttons.
In terms of safety, Kia offers a range of driver assistance functions such as automatic emergency stops and excellent highway driving assistants, and EV6 boasts a list of sensors to let drivers know if traffic is approaching as they open doors.
Under the EV6 floor there is either a 58.0 or 77.4 kWh battery pack powered by a single rear-wheel drive engine or a dual-engine all-wheel drive setting, combining the smaller battery and individual engine to generate 167 hp and 350 Nm of torque, while The larger battery produces 218 hp, with all-wheel drive (AWD), a 70 kW engine in the front and a 160 kW engine at the back, the engine generates 313 hp and moves from 0-100 km/h in 5.2 seconds.
The performance-oriented EV6 GT comes with a limited-slip rear differential that produces 577 hp and 740 Nm and is capable of accelerating from 0-100 km/h in 3.5 seconds.