2022 kia EV6 launched in the Indian market with the starting price of ₹65,80,000 ex-showroom. In the Indian market, Kia EV6 will be available in a 77.4-kilowatt battery pack which can officially offer a driving range of up to 528 kilometers on a single charge.
Kia EV6 is all set to launch in India on June 2nd as the brand’s first EV for the Indian market. The brochure of the soon-to-launch electric crossover has already been leaked online giving up details of the powertrain and equipment list. Now new report clear that have uncovered its price list as well As for India the Kia EV6 will be priced at 65,00,000 for the GT RWD line variant which is rear-wheel drive and ₹70,00,000 for the GT line AWD all-wheel-drive variant.
This puts in the same price range as the newly launched BMW I4 which details at 69,90,000 all prices mentioned in X showroom. Kia EV6 will only be available in 15 dealerships across 12 cities in India bookings for Kia EV6 are already underway on a first come first serve basis for a token amount of 3,00,000. A cancellation fee of ₹50,000 will be charged if a customer drops is there booking. Only 100 units are currently marked to be sold in India due to a global semiconductor shortage.
Deliveries of the base GT line rail wheel drive variant will begin in September this year and in December manufacturer will commence deliveries of all-wheel-drive variants. The upcoming electric vehicle will be available in 5 exterior paint which is blue red black moonscape and Snow White Pearl while the interior will have an all-black theme will black seats and vegan leather upholstery.
The major highlights of the crossover SUV are the 12.3-inch digital console 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen dual-zone climate control ventilated seats electric parking brake with auto-hold feature adjustable regenerative braking Kia connect 8 airbags hill hold assist advanced driver assistance system and so more.
The Indian spec will be powered with a 77.4-kilometer battery pack which delivers acclaim driving range of 528 kilometers on a single charge. The standard rear-wheel drive variant will be offered with a single electric motor rated at 229 PS of maximum power and 350 Nm of peak torque. The all-wheel-drive variant will get 2 motors that will combine an output of 352 PS of maximum power and 605 Nm of peak torque.