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Kia unveils the EV6, the most okay-est attractive EV of 2021

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Kia unveils the EV6, the most okay-est attractive EV of 2021

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It’s Monday, so you know what that means! It’s time for addition legacy automaker to unveil how they’re going to pivot to a world where every car is powered by electricity. Yay!

This week, it’s the turn of South Korean wallet-friendly carmaker Kia.

Last week, Kia playfully teased us with some shots of its accessible electric vehicle, the creatively named EV6. While the teaser photos didn’t tell us much, Kia didn’t keep us cat-and-mouse for long as it appear some new photos this morning to give us a better look at the car.

Take a look:

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Credit: Kia
The EV6 will use the E-GMP platform, agnate to what underpins the Hyundai Ioniq 5. That’s not a bad thing. It’ll have plenty of range, and power.
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Credit: Kia
There’s article about that rear end that reminds me of the Jaguar i-Pace… What do you think? Also, brake lights are out, light bars are in.
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Credit: Kia
The better perk with EVs, if you ask me, is the autogenous space. With far fewer automated apparatus cartage get more legroom. Kia’s interiors are attractive more and more exceptional every year too. That’s no bad thing.

Kia sees the EV6 as its first committed EV, given that it’s built on the E-GMP platform, which is only meant for electric vehicles. Of course, it currently sells the Niro EV, but that is built on a belvedere shared with gasoline variants.

Being built on the E-GMP belvedere means that the EV6 should have a number of similarities with the Ioniq 5, which looks like one of the coolest EVs to be appear recently.

In rather wanky-pr-arthouse form, Kia says the design of the EV6 is accurate on five pillars: bold for nature, joy for reason, power to progress, technology for life, and astriction for serenity.

I’m not sure what any of that absolutely means, but it’s helped Kia aftermath the most okay-est attractive EV of the year.

Like most Kia‘s, the EV6 looks just fine. It’s inoffensive, from assertive angles it looks kinda like nicer cars, and it’s absurd to upset your grandmother. It’s kind of like augment soup, altogether nice and wholesome, but a bit samey if you have it every day.

But as with any Kia, the upsides will likely be its affordability, how much accessories will come as standard, and the fact that no one will hate you for buying one.

Kia is accepted to tell us more about EV6 at an online event this month.

Do EVs excite your electrons? Do ebikes get your wheels spinning? Do self-driving cars get you all answerable up? 

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Appear March 15, 2021 — 10:37 UTC

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