The Kia EV6 was first announced back in March 2021, and since the initial image reveal we’ve learned more about the firm’s latest fully electric car – including its touted 510km (around 317 miles) of WLTP range. However, the EV6 will actually offer even more range when it rolls off the production line later this year.
Kia has now confirmed that the EV6 will offer up to 528km (around 328 miles) of range – although realistically you won’t get that much when it comes to day-to-day driving.
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