The automaker has just announced U.S. pricing for the Kia EV6 – the brand’s first dedicated pure electric model. The vehicle is eligible for a $7,500 federal tax credit making its purchasing much more attractive.
The Kia EV6 prices are already known. The model costs between $42,115 and $57,115, including a $1,215 destination charge. After deduction of $7,500 (a federal tax credit) the prices look even more pleasant: from $34,615 to $49,615. We can say that this is a good price for such a modern high-tech car.
What Can the Kia EV6 Offer to Customers?
- Three trim levels: Light, Wind and sporty GT-Line
- A high-density lithium-ion battery in two sizes: 58.0 kWh and 77.4 kWh
- An alll-electric range of 232, 274, and 310 miles, depending on configuration
- The output of 167, 225, and 320 hp, depending on battery size and drive variant
- Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) function turning the car into a mobile power source
The Kia EV6 has been named the 2022 Car of the Year winner by the British magazine What Car? In addition to the main title, the model also won the Electric Crossover of the Year nomination.
Deliveries of the Kia EV6 begin this month in all 50 states. The performance-oriented GT model is coming in late 2022.