Kia Unveils the Highly Anticipated 2024 EV6: Price, Specs, and More
Kia has recently announced the launch of the all-electric 2024 EV6, which is set to enter its third model year. As a key component of Kia’s “Plan S” strategy, the EV6 proves to be an integral part of the brand’s vision for the future of electric vehicles. The 2024 model introduces the 77.4-kWh battery to the EV6 Light, along with two new trim options: rear-wheel drive (RWD) and all-wheel drive (e-AWD). An exciting improvement over the 2023 version, the EV6 GT now boasts an EPA-estimated range of 218 miles on a full electric charge, representing an increase of 12 miles. Additionally, all EV6 models now come standard with charge port lighting and charge door marking to enhance convenience and accessibility.
The 2024 EV6 is expected to hit the market in the fall of 2023, offering customers the latest in electric vehicle technology from Kia.
Pricing details for the upcoming EV6 models are as follows (MSRP excluding $1,325 destination fee):
– EV6 Light RWD: $42,600
– EV6 Light Long Range RWD: $45,950
– EV6 Light e-AWD: $49,850
– EV6 Wind RWD: $48,700
– EV6 Wind e-AWD: $52,600
– EV6 GT-Line RWD: $52,900
– EV6 GT-Line e-AWD: $57,600
– EV6 GT: $61,600
In terms of motor and output, the EV6 Light RWD features a 58.0 kWh battery and 167 horsepower. The EV6 Light Long Range RWD, EV6 Wind RWD, and EV6 GT-Line RWD share a 77.4 kWh battery and 225 horsepower. The EV6 Light e-AWD, EV6 Wind e-AWD, and EV6 GT-Line e-AWD also have a 77.4 kWh battery but offer a more powerful 320 horsepower. Lastly, the top-of-the-line EV6 GT is equipped with a 77.4 kWh battery and an impressive 576 horsepower.
When it comes to range, the EV6 lineup offers the following EPA-estimated distances on a full battery charge:
– EV6 Light RWD: 232 miles
– EV6 Light Long Range RWD, EV6 Wind RWD, EV6 GT-Line RWD: 310 miles
– EV6 Light e-AWD, EV6 Wind e-AWD: 282 miles
– EV6 GT-Line e-AWD: 252 miles
– EV6 GT: 218 miles
The 2024 EV6 also comes equipped with a range of advanced drive assist systems, including Blind Spot Collision Assistance (BCA), Driver Attention Warning (DAW) with Leading Vehicle Departure Alert, Forward Collision Avoidance Assist, and more.
In terms of dimensions, the EV6 measures 184.3 inches in length (Light, Wind) or 184.8 inches (GT-Line & GT), 74.0 inches in width (Light, Wind) or 74.4 inches (GT-Line & GT), 60.8 inches in height, and has a wheelbase of 114.2 inches.
About Kia America:
Headquartered in Irvine, California, Kia America is known for its exceptional quality in the automotive industry. The company has been recognized as one of the TIME100 Most Influential Companies of 2023 and serves as the “Official Automotive Partner” of the NBA. Kia offers a wide range of vehicles, from gasoline-powered to hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and electric models, through a network of over 775 dealers in the U.S. Some of Kia’s cars and SUVs are proudly assembled in the United States. More information about Kia America can be found on their official website at www.kiamedia.com.
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Note: This article does not substitute safe driving practices, as advanced driver assistance systems may not detect all objects around the vehicle. The mentioned EPA-estimated range may vary based on driving conditions, habits, and other factors.