The EPA range and efficiency ratings for three first Kia EV6 versions were officially released. The Long Range RWD version can go up to 310 miles.
Entry-level Standard Range RWD:
- with a 58 kWh battery and single motor, rear-wheel-drive - can go up 232 miles (373 km) on a single charge, according to the EPA Combined cycle.
Long Range RWD:
- with a77.4 kWh battery, but still RWD and a little more power - is expected to achieve 310 miles (499 km), which beats the expected 300 miles.
Long Range AWD:
- which not only has the 77.4 kWh battery, but also two electric motors for all-wheel drive. It has an EPA range of 274 miles (441 km).
Disclaimer: We don't know the wheel size of the three cars listed, by EPA, so we assume that all are regular versions with 19" wheels (the model is envisioned for 19", 20" and 21", depending on version and trim).
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