Kia EV6 owners manuals
- The infotainment system is more old-fashioned than futuristic
- Not as much maximum freight space as other electric rivals
- Front and rear visibility are not the best
- Some driver assist features could be more user friendly
The Kia EV6 is a compact battery-electric SUV made by Kia. Launched in 2021, it is the first Kia electric vehicle. The car is the first model ever produced on the Electric Global Modular Platform, similar to the Hyundai Ioniq 5. It is also the first model to be named under the new convention for electric cars, which will vary from EV1 to EV9. The EV6 won the 2022 European Car of the Year award.
The EV6 is available under four trim levels: Light, Wind, GT-Line, and 1st Edition. Various combinations of battery packs and electric motors result in different power outputs and ranges for each trim.
The GT-line model is said to have a 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) time in 3.5 seconds, rapid 800V charging capability, and vehicle-to-load function.
Kia EV6 known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Kia EV6 are: