2022 Kia EV6 Gets EPA-Rated To Up To 310 Miles Of Range

Key range details have been released by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), for the Kia EV6 2022 in the U.S.

At the top of this range sits the EV6 standard range RWD. This model is powered from a 58-kWh battery pack and a single electric engine producing 167 HP. The vehicle is also rear-wheel drive. This vehicle has an MPGe rating of 136 for city driving, 100 for highway and 117 together. It can travel 232 miles (373km).

One step higher than the EV6 RWD Standard Range RWD, is the EV6 LRR RWD. The EV6 Long Range RWD comes with an upgraded 77.4kWh battery and a 218 horsepower motor. It has the longest range, capable of travelling up to 310 miles (or 499 kilometers) per charge. You can also get MPGe ratings up to 134 in the city and 101 on the highway.

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The flagship EV6 long-range AWD EV6 is last. The EV6 Long Range AWD has the same 77.4kWh battery as the Long Range RWD. However, it features two electric motors, each delivering 313 HP.

The standard 19-inch wheel on all three Kia EV6 models is the Standard, but there are also 20-inch versions of the Long Range AWD. Range figures for this version haven’t been announced.

The range-topping EV6 GT will join these models in the U.S. lineup in 2022. The EV6 GT has the same battery pack of 77.4kWh as Long Range models, but it uses two electric motors that produce a total 576 horsepower. It is not surprising that there aren’t any MPGe or range ratings yet, considering the launch date.

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Author: Brandon Park