All-New Kia EV6 Gets Over 300 Miles of EPA-Certified Range

All-New Kia EV6 Gets Over 300 Miles of EPA-Certified Range

If concern over driving range has held you back from purchasing an electric vehicle, let the all-new Kia EV6 lure you to the green side. When properly equipped with rear-wheel drive and the 77.4 kWh battery as its source of power, the all-new Kia EV6 earns an EPA-certified range of 310 miles.[1]

“Offering EV6 customers over 300 miles of all-electric range per charge, combined with the ability to recharge quickly and efficiently, is foundational to the rollout of our Plan S Strategy that positions Kia as an EV leader,” said Sean Yoon, president & CEO, Kia North America, Kia America.

If you prefer your Kia EV6 with all-wheel drive, you’ll still get an impressive driving range with the extended battery — 274 miles.[1] The 58.0-kWh battery used to power the EV6 EX returns a 232-mile driving range.[1]

In addition to an incredible driving range, ultra-fast DC charging capabilities means the SUV will be juiced up and ready to go quickly. The interior offers versatile cabin space with its flat-floor design. Kia prioritizes safety in the electric SUV with cutting-edge technologies designed to assist you on the drive.

Contact Gossett Kia South in Memphis, Tennessee, to learn more about the all-new Kia EV6.[1] EPA estimates. Actual mileage will vary.

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