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    Kia reveals UK specifications and pricing for its new EV6 electric car

    Kia UK Limited, who revealed details of its new Kia EV6 electric car last month, has revealed full pricing and specifications for the EV6 model line-up today, ahead of UK customer deliveries starting later this year. The EV6 is Kia’s first car based on the company’s dedicated new E-GMP (Electric-Global Modular Platform) electric car technology.

    Every UK model of this electric crossover sports utility vehicle features a long-range 77.4kWh battery pack. Ultra-fast 800V charging capabilities, which is standard on all models, allow the EV6 to recharge from 10 to 80 percent battery charge in as little as 18 minutes with a fast charger.

    Every version of the five-seat electric crossover will feature the curved panoramic display, with twin 12.3-inch touchscreens across the dashboard. This provides Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration as standard, as well as Kia’s ‘connected car’ UVO Connect system and a range of dedicated EV displays. A battery heat pump, designed to maximise driving range in sub-zero temperatures, is standard on the EV6 GT and available as an option on GT-Line and GT-Line S models.

    Pricing for the rear-wheel-drive EV6 starts from £40,895. Sports-inspired EV6 GT-Line models start from £43,895 for rear-wheel-drive models, and £47,395 for all-wheel-drive variants. GT-Line S models, with additional standard equipment, are priced from £48,395 (rear-wheel-drive) and £51,895 (all-wheel-drive).

    The range-topping GT model, due in the second half of 2022, features a powerful all-wheel-drive system. Its 430kW dual-motor drivetrain offers a combined total power output of 577 horsepower. Kia engineers, who are currently finalising the development of the EV6 GT, are targeting an incredible 0-62mph  (0-100kph) acceleration of just 3.5-seconds.

    UK customer deliveries of the new Kia EV6 will commence from October 2021 for baseline, GT-Line and GT-Line S models. For more details click here.

    Ian Osborne
    Ian Osborne
    Editor-in-Chief at ElectricDrives

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