Kia EV6 for 2022 has range and efficiency which has been certified by the EPA. Moreover, the Standard Range model can do 232 miles on a charge, the agency does say. Also, the long-range, rear-wheel-drive model does top out at 310. There is an additional second motor for all-wheel drive drops that total 274 miles for this Kia EV6 vehicle.
Shared with Hyundai, the Kia EV6 does use the E-GMP modular platform. It will offer single- and dual-motor powertrains. In addition, there are two battery options. Moreover, it has a 58.0-kilowatt-hour battery and a 160-kilowatt motor that provides up to 167 horsepower.
Kia – Rear-Wheel-Drive Model
Thus, moving further up the lineup is an all-wheel-drive model with 77.4-kWh battery. It has a 70-kW motor up front and a 160-kW motor in the rear providing a total of 313 hp and 0–60 time of 5.1 seconds. In fact, the 160-kW front motor. Therefore, the 270-kW rear motor does provide 570 horses and a 0-60 time of under 3.5 seconds. It does match the Tesla Model Y Performance.
These figures do measure up pretty well against the present crop of EVs. The sister automaker Hyundai’s new Ioniq 5 does manage a total range of 303 miles in its single-motor configuration with the 77.4-kWh battery pack. Also, one can add the second motor. It will drop it to a still-good but less-decent 256 miles. At just 220 miles, the Standard Range model checks in at. There is a bit of what is called give-and-take between the two companies despite their shared underpinnings. Elsewhere in the EV landscape, the base Tesla Model Y (Long Range) offers 318 miles on a charge. The Performance Model does check-in at 303. Also, Volkswagen’s ID.4 electric SUV does currently going to top out at 260 miles in its “Pro” configuration.