The prices for the 2022 Kia EV6 are out. The 2022 EV6 is offered in three trims and prices range between $40,900 to $55,900. With the federal tax credit of $7,500, the base price goes down to $33,400. The 2022 EV6 is offered in RWD and e-AWD configuration. There are two battery capacities on offer in the EV6. The best range that EV6 offers are up to 310 miles with a charging capacity of 800 volts from a 350 kW DC fast charger.

Pricing of the 2022 Kia EV6 is finally here. The 2022 Kia EV6 will be offered in three trims namely Light, Wind, and GT-Line. The Wind and GT-Line come in both RWD and e-AWD while the Light trim only comes in RWD. The Light trim starts at $40,900, the Wind trim starts at $47,000 for the RWD and at $50,900 for the dual motor with an e-AWD model, and the GT-Line trim starts at $51,200 for the RWD version and goes up to $55,900 for the models with dual motor e-AWD.


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All the above prices are before $1,215 destination charges and $7,500 federal electric vehicle tax credit. Thus with the tax credit, the effective price of the Light trim becomes $33,400 and that of Wind trim with RWD becomes $39,500. The 2022 Kia EV6 will be offered in two battery pack capacities i.e. 58.0 kWh and 77.4 kWh. The Light RWD model with a 58.0 kWh battery pack will drive a 168 kW rear motor that produces 167 hp and delivers an all-electric range of 232 miles. 

2022 Kia EV6

Model Specifications

Release Date

Released

Price Range

$40,900-$55,900

Engine

Single Electric Motor (with 58.0 kWh and 77.4 kWh battery), Dual Electric Motor (with 77.4 kWh battery)

Power Output

167 hp (with 58.0 kWh battery), 225 hp (with 77.4 kWh battery), and 320 hp (with 77.4 kWh battery)

Transmission

1-speed automatic

Drivetrain

RWD, e-AWD

Trims

Light, Wind, GT-Line

Changes

All-new model

The Wind and GT-Line RWD models with a 77.4 kWh battery pack will drive a 168 kW rear motor that produces 225 hp and delivers an all-electric range of 310 miles. While the dual motor with e-AWD uses the same 77.4 kWh battery pack. This battery pack powers a 74 kW front motor and a 165 kW rear motor. Both the motors combined put out 320 hp and deliver an all-electric range of 274 miles. This setup comes in Wind e-AWD, and GT-Line e-AWD trims.

As for charging the EV6, it offers up to 800-volt of fast charging capacity and can add 70 miles of range for every five minutes of charging when hooked to a DC fast charger. The Kia EV6 also allows you to power other electrical appliances through its 110-volt power outlet, this is akin to what we saw on the Ford F-150 Lightning. Coming to the EV itself, the 2022 Kia EV6 underpins the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) and will be Kia’s first EV. 


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The exterior design of the Kia EV6 is the boldest among all Kia cars while the interiors take a more subtle approach towards the design language. There is a large split-screen one that is the driver’s digital console (12.0 inches) while the other half works as the infotainment system (12.0 inches). The steering wheel is a two-spoke unit with a flat bottom and looks more like something lifted out of a gaming console. 

Audio is played on the EV6 through a 14-speaker Meridian surround sound system. The space inside the cabin of the EV6 is generous courtesy of its 114.2-inches of wheelbase which is similar to what you get in the Kia Telluride. Behind the rear seats, the EV6 offers 28 cubic feet of cargo space which can be further expanded to 54 cubic feet with the rear seats folded flat. The rear seats can also be folded in a 60/40 split pattern. That being said, the 2022 Kia EV6 offers 5 years or 60,000 miles limited warranty and a 10 years or 100,000 miles powertrain warranty cover.


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