Kia’s stylish is hitting dealerships in just a few weeks, and now we know how much it will cost. The entry-level EV6 Light, as the trim level is being called, will start at $42,115 including a $1,215 destination charge, making the Kia slightly more expensive than its .
The EV6 Light uses a 58-kilowatt-hour battery pack and a 167-horsepower electric motor powering the rear wheels, with an. Standard features include 19-inch wheels, LED exterior lights, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and 12.3-inch central touchscreen, heated front seats, a power driver’s seat with memory, second-row seats that recline and slide, automatic climate control, a Wi-Fi hotspot, wireless phone charger and phone-as-key capability. Every EV6 also comes with adaptive cruise control with stop and go, automatic high beams, blind-spot monitoring, forward collision warning with cyclist and pedestrian detection, lane-keeping assist, a driver attention monitor, rear cross-traffic alert and rear occupant alert.
Next up is the EV6 Wind, which gets a 77.4-kWh battery pack and 225-hp motor good for 310 miles of range. With rear-wheel drive, the EV6 Wind costs $48,215, but a dual-motor all-wheel-drive setup with 320 hp and a 274-mile range is offered for an extra $3,900. The Wind trim adds items like a power liftgate, gloss black exterior trim, Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) charging capability, artificial leather seats, a power passenger seat, ventilated front seats and a Meridian sound system. Optional features for the Wind trim are a heat pump system, surround-view camera, blind-spot cameras, remote smart park and a heated steering wheel.
The top-of-the-line trim level — at least untilarrives — is the GT-Line. It costs $52,415 with rear-wheel drive or $57,115 with AWD and adds sportier exterior styling elements and different interior trimmings. The GT-Line gets door handles that automatically pop out, a power sunroof, an auto up/down front passenger window, rear park distance warning, Kia’s Highway Drive Assist 2 suite of systems that includes automatic lane changes, an electro-chromic rear-view mirror and some other safety features. The GT-Line is also available with options like a heated steering wheel, heated rear seats, 20-inch wheels and suede upholstery.
There will also be an Apple Watch and unique design features, but Kia hasn’t put a price on it just yet.model limited to just 1,500 units that comes with an