The range on the EV6 is estimated between 270 and 310 miles depending on the trim. Kia claims a gain of 217 miles of range with only 18 minutes of fast charging.
Standard equipment across all EV6 models include LED headlights and daytime running lights, dual zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, AM/FM/HD stereo with 14 speakers, Bluetooth, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a 12.3-inch touchscreen, navigation, cruise control, rear parking sensors, and 5 USB ports.
Stepping into the Wind trim adds ventilated front seats, 14-speakers, proximity key, 120V AC power outlet, front and rear parking sensors, and a power liftgate. The GT-Line features sport pedals, a garage door opener, head-up display, surround view cameras, left and right blind spot view, and a sport steering wheel.
The new GT trim has a more powerful version of the electric engine producing 576 horsepower with a range of 206 miles. It features a sport suspension, larger front and rear ventilated brakes, 21-inch wheels, sport bucket front seats, sport pedals, and a heated sport steering wheel.
Safety features across the lineup include 7 airbags, an active lane departure system, forward collision mitigation with cross traffic, rear collision warning, traffic information system, pedestrian detection, and a driver attention alert.