Kia Motors America Has Revealed the EV6’s Price for the Year 2023
The 576 hp and 545 lb-ft of torque produced by the 2023 EV6 GT are impressive. Free 1,000 kWh of […]
The 576 hp and 545 lb-ft of torque produced by the 2023 EV6 GT are impressive. Free 1,000 kWh of charging via the Electrify America network of public charging stations2 is included for new EV6 purchasers. November 9th, 2022, Irvine, California – Kia America released the 2023 Kia EV6 price. In its second year of production, the EV6 CUV has a base price tag of $48,500 (not including the $1,295 destination charge).
Due to high demand and consistent sales, the Wind RWD will replace the Light RWD as the entry-level EV6 for the 2023 model year. The increased range and popular standard features of the 2018 Wind RWD (leather upholstery, ventilated front seats, external and internal vehicle-to-load ports, a smart power liftgate, and a Meridian premium audio system) make it an excellent value for picky EV shoppers, despite a modest MSRP increase of $1,000 from the 2017 model year.
The much-awaited EV6 GT’s amazing performance is often reserved for those who can afford a supercar. The all-new GT has a standard twin motor e-AWD3, contributing to the vehicle’s incredible 576 horsepower and 545 lb-ft of torque, allowing it to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in only 3.4 seconds. The new GT improves upon the regular EV6 GT-Line by equipping it with a wider set of 21-inch wheels and Goodyear Eagle® F1 tires in addition to an electronically regulated suspension and electronic limited-slip rear differential. The GT’s interior has a custom-made lightweight sports seat set and other one-of-a-kind components.
For more consistency throughout the EV6 lineup, the Technology Package featured on Wind AWD (including Surround View Monitor, Blind-Spot View Monitor, “Parking Collision-Avoidance Assistance-Reverse, and a Remote Start Parking Assist) is now available on the Wind RWD.
Every new EV6 purchaser will also receive a free 1,000 kWh of charging through the Electrify America network of public charging stations, allowing them to take advantage of ultra-fast charging on EA’s network of 350kW chargers, which can replenish an EV6’s battery from 10% to 80% in as little as 18 minutes. Information in Kia’s news releases is believed to be true as of when they were posted. Kia, however, makes no claims or warranties, either explicit or implied, about the information given herein being accurate. Often, Kia may issue a new news release or amend an older one to reflect any relevant developments.