Kia announces the price of the 2023 EV6 in America.
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Kia announces the price of the 2023 EV6 in America.

The 2023 Kia EV6 will be available in Wind, GT-Line, and sporty GT trim configurations, and the price of the base model is $48,500.

Kia America has announced the price of the 2023 EV6. The 2023 EV6 will be available in Wind, GT-Line, and sporty GT trim configurations. The base model, Wind RWD, will cost $48,500. The base model is $1,000 more expensive than last year, but it will come standard with leather seating surfaces with ventilated front seats, external and internal vehicle-to-load ports, a smart power liftgate, and a Meridian premium audio system.

Price of both variants are(does not include $1,295 destination fee):

  • Wind RWD (310 miles range) - $48,500
  • Wind e-AWD (282 miles range) - $52,400
  • GT-Line RWD (310 miles range) - $52,700
  • GT-Line e-AWD (252 miles range) - $57,400
  • GT e-AWD (206 miles range) - $61,400

The Wind RWD and GT-Line RWD models come with a 168kW rear motor, which produces 225 horsepower. The Wind e-AWD and GT-Line e-AWD models have dual motors (a 74kW front motor and a 165kW rear motor), which produce 320 horsepower. The GT trim has a 160kW front motor and a 270kW rear motor, which yields 576 horsepower. All the variants have a 77.4 kWh battery pack.

As an added benefit, all buyers of a new EV6 will receive 1,000 kWh of complimentary charging through the Electrify America network of public charging stations, enabling them to get ultra-fast charging on EA’s network of 350kW chargers, which can recharge the EV6 from 10% to 80% in as little as 18 minutes.

All the trims come standard with advanced driver assistance features like Parking Distance Warning – Forward & Reverse, Blind-Spot Collision Avoidance, Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Avoidance, Driver Attention Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Forward Collision Avoidance, Lane Following Assist, Smart Cruise Control w/ Stop & Go, and Highway Driving Assist.

The GT-Line and GT variants have add-on ADAS features like Parking Collision Avoidance – Reverse, Auto Evasive Steering Assist, Smart Cruise Control - Machine Learning, and Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control.

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