EV6 Long Range RWD

Potential rebate
Total range
499 km


The 2023 Kia EV6 Long Range RWD stands as a beacon of hope in a landscape dotted with inadequate electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Its impressive range and single-motor configuration make it an optimal choice for EV buyers who wish to minimize their reliance on public charging stations.

When it comes to the electric vehicle market, the public charging infrastructure can often leave much to be desired. The 2023 Kia EV6 Long Range RWD presents a solution to this issue, providing exceptional range and reducing the need for frequent charging. Its single-motor variant is particularly appealing for those who want to avoid the frustration of waiting at a malfunctioning charger or struggling to find an available spot.

For the 2023 model year, the EV6 offers three distinct powertrain options. The base Light model, equipped with a 58.0-kWh battery pack and a motor delivering 167 horsepower, has been discontinued. Instead, the single-motor version now features a more powerful 77.4-kWh battery, which generates 225 horsepower in both the Wind and GT-Line trim levels. In addition, these two trim levels can also be equipped with all-wheel drive and dual motors that produce a total of 320 horsepower, powered by the same 77.4-kWh battery. Last but not least is the fresh-for-2023 dual-motor GT model that boasts an impressive combined horsepower of 576.

This variety of powertrain options means there is an EV6 to suit every driver’s needs, whether you’re looking for efficiency, power or both. With its combination of range and performance, the Kia EV6 Long Range RWD is set to become a game-changer in your daily commute or weekend adventures, reducing your worries about finding that next charge point and letting you simply enjoy the ride.

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About this vehicle

EV6 Long Range RWD
Model year
Passenger capacity
5 seats
Cargo volume
1322 litres
Fuel type
Electric range
499 km
Total range
499 km
Battery size
77.00 kWh
7.00s to 60mph
Rear-Wheel Drive

Fuel and charging

Charging at home
Cost per battery charge
Time to charge
~ 8 hours, 42 minutes
Maximum charging speed
11.0 kW AC, 350.0 kW DC
Fuel impact
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