This new EV shares the Hyundai Ioniq 5‘s E-GMP platform that sees 220kW charging speeds, potential AWD configuration, a 72.6kWh battery, and a range up to 300 miles. The EV6 seems to have borrowed a few design cues from the Imagine Concept with a distinct elongated rear with aerodynamic rear brake light, side profile lines, and aggressive stance. The EV6 also sees Kia’s signature tiger-nose front.
While this is just a teaser of things to come, with no performance specs just yet to back the images, this first look shows some promise for the remaining six EVs to come.
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