2024 Kia EV6

The Kia EV6 will always be remembered as the first Kia model that was released as an all-electric model only, with no gasoline predecessor. Already on the market for about two years, the EV6 has expanded its lineup and offerings. Check out what’s new for the 2024 Kia EV6.



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Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous


Kia Connect



2024 KIA EV6 Performance



For 2024, the Kia EV6 comes with eight trims, but they can be broken down into five – Light, Light Long Range, Wind, GT-Line, and GT. Available with two drive trains, except for the base and top-tier GT, the Light Long Range, Wind, and GT-Line can come with rear-wheel drive (RWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD). The base Light only comes with RWD, and the GT only comes with AWD. All trims come with drive modes select for Eco, Normal, Sports, and Snow; only the GT AWD comes with an exclusive drive mode with settings that can be adjusted by the driver.

Powering all of these is a Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous, but the drive battery energy and output vary. The 2024 Kia EV6 Light can generate 167 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque, and has a driving range of 232 miles. A pattern then follows for the Light Long Range, Wind, and GT-Line models. If equipped with RWD, the EV6 can generate 225 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque, and has an all-electric range (AER) of 310 miles. If equipped with AWD, the EV6 can generate 320 horsepower and 446 lb-ft of torque, and has an AER of 282 miles. This changes for the GT-Line AWD and GT; the former has an AER of 252 miles, whereas the GT AWD can generate a total of 576 horsepower and 545 lb-ft of torque, can have an AER of 218 miles.


No battery-electric vehicle (BEV) would be complete without charging. If plugged into a normal 120-volt electric appliance outlet, the base Light trim would get a full charge in 51 hours and 5 minutes, but the rest of the lineup takes a total of 68 hours. This might be a good incentive to get a 240-volt installation for drivers who want to charge overnight. The base Light will get a full charge in 5 hours and 50 minutes, whereas the rest of the lineup takes 7 hours and 10 minutes. DC fast charging varies depending on the kilowatts (kw) being generated, leading to 63 minutes for the Light trim at 50 kw and 18 minutes at 350 kw; the rest of the lineup is 73 minutes and 18 minutes, respectively.

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2024 KIA EV6 Style


Exterior Features

For 2024, the EV6 isn’t holding back. All trims come with auto headlight control with LED headlights, LED tail lights, and LED daytime running lights, plus high beam assist. A rear spoiler adds come style, as well as the front grille in gloss black. The GT-Line and GT trims come with their own body styling to separate them from the rest of the lineup. Heated exterior mirrors with LED turn signals are also a lineup standard.

Past the Light Long Range trims, a smart power liftgate is standard, plus an illuminated charge power with an onboard power generator port. Past the Wind trims, auto-extending door handles are standard. The standard wheel size is 19-inches, up to the GT-Line with RWD, followed by 20-inches on the GT-Line with AWD, and 21-inches on the GT AWD trim.

Interior Features

The interior is where consumers will find the real changes. An 8-way power driver’s seat with 2-way lumbar support/adjustment is standard up to the GT-Line AWD; the same can be said for the front passenger’s seat on the Wind and GT-Line trims. For the Light and Light Long Range trims only a 6-way manually adjustable front passenger’s seat, and oddly enough, the GT AWD comes with this and a 6-way manually adjustable driver’s seat. Lineup standards include a 60/40 split-folding rear seat, solar control glass, sound-absorbing windshield and front door window glass, rear privacy glass, LED interior lighting, and dual-zone automatic climate control with auto de-fog.

Regardless, heated front seats are a lineup standard, but only the GT-Line with AWD and GT AWD come with heated rear seats. Ventilated front seats are standard on the Wind and GT-Line trims. Only the GT AWD can come with sport front bucket seats, but the rest of the lineup benefits from driver’s seat and exterior mirror memory systems. Only the GT-Line and GT AWD trims can get a sunroof. No longer going the leather route, every steering wheel is wrapped in SynTex (vegan on the GT-line AWD), and only trims equipped with AWD get a heated steering wheel function (sans the GT AWD). As for upholstery, vegan leather is the standard, followed by vegan SynTex on the Wind and GT-Line trims, and black Syntex Suede with neon accents in the GT AWD trim.

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2024 KIA EV6 Technology



Standard across the lineup is a 12.3-inch touchscreen display with navigation, plus a 12.3-inch instrument cluster display for a total of 24.6-inches of digital space across the dashboard. Only the GT-Line and GT AWD come with an augmented reality heads-up display, but every trim is capable of Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto, and comes with Bluetooth wireless technology, a Wi-Hotspot, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, a wireless phone charger, and steering wheel-mounted audio, hands-free phone, cruise control, and drive mode select buttons. The infotainment is Kia Connect. A six-speaker sound system is the standard for the Light and Light Long Range trims, replaced by a Meridian premium sound system with 14 speakers, starting with the Wind trim.

Safety Features and Warranty

Of course, the 2024 Kia EV6 comes with the usual basic safety features, including dual front advanced airbags, dual front seat-mounted side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags, a rollover sensor, an anti-lock brake system, stability and traction control systems, a rear occupant alert system, rear-camera display, and LATCH child-seat ready anchors. Advanced and automatic safety is where it’s at, starting with blind-spot collision avoidance assist, forward collision avoidance assist (with car, cyclists, and pedestrian detection), rear cross-traffic collision avoidance, lane keeping assist, lane following assist, navigation-based smart cruise control (with Stop & Go and curves), highway driving assist 2, intelligent speed limit assist, a driver attention warning system with vehicle departure alert, parking distance warning for the rear, a rear occupant alert system, and safe exit warning.

Only the GT-Line and GT AWD trims come with a blind-spot view monitor (available on Wind trims), forward collision avoidance assist (with junction crossing detection, side and oncoming lane change, and auto evasive steering assist), remote parking assist (available on Wind trims), parking collision avoidance assist for the reverse (available on Wind trims), and a surround-view monitor (available on Wind trims). Past the Light Long Range trim, parking distance for the front is a lineup standard. Also helpful with parking is the rear-view monitor with dynamic parking guidance, also a lineup standard.

Kia has a 10-year/100,000-mile warranty program. The Kia 10-year/100,000-mile warranty program consists of a 7-year car warranty for the battery, 5-year/60,000 mile limited basic warranty, 5-year/100,000 mile limited anti-perforation warranty, and 5-year/60,000 mile roadside assistance plan.

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