Kia has offiicially revealed its first dedicated EV with the reveal of the all-new EV6. Built on the E-GMP platform created by Hyundai, the new EV6 also marks the debut of their 'Opposites United' design philosophy, which will be the design language for all upcoming Kia models. The crossover is both minimal and athletic in its design, surrounding an spacious interior that features a curved display that extends from the dashboard to the center console and below the display are an array of haptic buttons to operate the car's climate controls. The company has yet to announced any performance figured but we imagine it will share the same specs as its sibling, the Ioniq 5, which has 58 kWh and 72.6 kWh battery options and a range of up to 300 miles.
Kia releases a deluge of details for the upcoming EV6 all-electric crossover
The first EV6 models will land in the US early next year and are capable of up to 300 miles of range.
Kia previews a boxy, all-electric off-roader concept with the EV9
The EV9 previews the brand's new "Opposites United" design language.
Kia teases its first fully electric model, the EV6
The EV6 will mark the first big step in the brand's move toward electrification.