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Here are the charging numbers Kia provided for the EV6.

With ultra-fast DC fast charging it can go from 10-80% charging in only 18 minutes!

Supported Charging Infrastructure400 V and 800 V (No need for additional adapters)
Ultra-fast Charging (800V)10% to 80% in 18 minutes of charge
100 km of range (WLTP) in 4.5 minutes of charge

800V Ultra-Fast Charging

80 percent charge in just 18 minutes; new vehicle-to-load (V2L) function


The EV6 offers 800V and 400V charging capabilities, without the need for additional components or adapters. The car is capable of a high-speed charge from 10 to 80 percent in just 18 minutes on all variations or a top-up charge of 100km of driving range in less than four and a half minutes when pairing 2WD with the 77.4-kWh battery option.

The car’s charging system is more flexible than previous generation BEVs thanks to an Integrated Charging Control Unit (ICCU). The ICCU enables a new vehicle-to-load (V2L) function, which is capable of discharging energy from the vehicle battery. The V2L function can supply up to 3.6kW of power and is capable, as an example, of operating a 55-inch television and air conditioner simultaneously for more than 24 hours. The system is also able to charge another EV, if needed.

With more than 35% charge left in the battery, the EV6 can tow items weighing up to 1,600 kg. Together with the V2L function, EV6 owners can take everything they need on an outdoor adventure with friends and family and do it all with zero emissions.
 

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More updated information from Kia about the EV6's charging capability and Vehicle-to-vehicle charging.


Beyond its impressive power and range, the EV6’s advanced battery system enables the convenience of ultra-fast charging with the following features and capabilities:

  • World’s first patented multi-charging system supporting 400v and 800v DC charging, which works on DC chargers with speeds ranging from 50kW to 350kW
  • 800v DC fast charging from a 350-kW charger allows:
    • Nearly 70 miles added in less than 5 minutes
    • Up to 210-miles (10-to-80 percent) added in under 18 minutes
  • 11kW on-board charger (OBC) for Level 2 recharging from 10-to-100 percent in 7 hours, 10 minutes (240v AC, at 40-amps) for the larger 77.4 kWh battery versions
Innovative Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) functionality makes EV6 a power source on wheels to support everything from computers to home improvement projects to camping and tailgating. Electricity flows from the high-energy battery to an Integrated Charging Control Unit (ICCU), providing 1900 watts of power to electrical appliances, devices, tools and recreational equipment. The system highlights include:

  • 110V power outlet located in a socket on front of second row seat base; adapter to draw power from the external charge port
  • From a full charge, power can be drawn from the vehicle for 36 or more consecutive hours8
  • EV6 is able to charge vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) at 1.1 kW, equivalent to a 110V charger
 

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More updated information from Kia about the EV6's charging capability and Vehicle-to-vehicle charging.


Beyond its impressive power and range, the EV6’s advanced battery system enables the convenience of ultra-fast charging with the following features and capabilities:

  • World’s first patented multi-charging system supporting 400v and 800v DC charging, which works on DC chargers with speeds ranging from 50kW to 350kW
  • 800v DC fast charging from a 350-kW charger allows:
    • Nearly 70 miles added in less than 5 minutes
    • Up to 210-miles (10-to-80 percent) added in under 18 minutes
  • 11kW on-board charger (OBC) for Level 2 recharging from 10-to-100 percent in 7 hours, 10 minutes (240v AC, at 40-amps) for the larger 77.4 kWh battery versions
Innovative Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) functionality makes EV6 a power source on wheels to support everything from computers to home improvement projects to camping and tailgating. Electricity flows from the high-energy battery to an Integrated Charging Control Unit (ICCU), providing 1900 watts of power to electrical appliances, devices, tools and recreational equipment. The system highlights include:

  • 110V power outlet located in a socket on front of second row seat base; adapter to draw power from the external charge port
  • From a full charge, power can be drawn from the vehicle for 36 or more consecutive hours8
  • EV6 is able to charge vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) at 1.1 kW, equivalent to a 110V charger
Mmmm… only 110v? Not so good for UK/EU.
 
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