Kia’s electric car will get 80% fast charging in 18 minutes

Kia’s electric car will travel 425 kilometres on a single charge and will charge at a rate of 80% in 18 minutes.

Kia Electric Car: During testing in Hyderabad, the EV6 GT variant of Kia was spotted. In the Indian market, it could be offered as a full-import model.

Kia Electric Car: Kia India is quickly establishing itself as a major player in the Indian electric vehicle market. The company is preparing to launch its new electric vehicle in India. This will be the company’s first electric vehicle, with a top speed of 425 kilometres. At the same time, it provides a charging speed of 80% in 18 minutes. The first sighting of this car was in Hyderabad.

EV6 GT variant of Kia
EV6 GT variant of Kia

The Kia EV6 is expected to debut in May or June of this year. In India, Kia will release the EV6 as a fully imported model. The Indian version of the car is expected to be similar to the global model. The Kia EV6’s design, features, e-GMP platform, and electric powertrain, on the other hand, are not expected to change.

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The Kia EV6 will have these features

The Kia EV6 is expected to have two screens, one for the digital dial and the other for the infotainment system. The EV6 includes connected car technology, a new two-spoke steering wheel, a head-up display, and numerous ADAS (Advance Driver Assistance Safety Features).

Kia's electric car
Kia’s electric car

The Kia EV6’s power and performance

The details of which powertrains the Kia EV6 will receive in the Indian market have yet to be revealed. In the global market, the car is available in a variety of powertrain configurations. A 58kWh battery pack is one of them, and it comes in two different configurations. The first is a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) system with a single 170 horsepower motor. The other is an all-wheel-drive (AWD) configuration with a dual-motor setup that produces 235 horsepower.

Aside from that, the car comes with a 77.4kWh battery pack. It has a single-motor (RWD) output of 229 horsepower and a dual-motor output of 325 horsepower (AWD). Aside from that, the GT’s dual-motor (AWD) variant produces 585hp and 740Nm torque.

Kia is expected to offer this electric car in India in a variety of configurations. Buyers will have more range and performance options as a result of this.

Let us inform you that Kia India intends to release six electric vehicles by 2024. Kia will also introduce the e-Niro in India, in addition to the EV6.

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