One week after announcing pricing for the US market, Kia Canada has announced how much Canadians will be paying for the all-new Kia EV6.
The automaker’s first dedicated electric vehicle is set to arrive in dealerships next month.
Pricing for the EV6 starts as low as $44,995 for the Standard Range RWD variant, up to $61,995 for the Long Range AWD with GT-Line Package 2.
With a price under $45,000 for the base model, all expect the GT-Line packages should qualify for the $5,000 federal iZEV rebate, bringing the price down to as low as $31,995 in Quebec after their $8,000 provincial incentive is applied. (UPDATE Feb 3 8:36am PST: The Kia EV6 has been added the list of iZEV eligible vehicles)
- Standard Range RWD: $44,995 MSRP
- Long Range RWD: $52,995 MSRP
- Long Range AWD: $54,995 MSRP
- Long Range AWD with GT-Line Package 1: $57,995 MSRP
- Long Range AWD with GT-Line Package 2: $61,995 MSRP
The different variants will offer driving ranges of between 373km and 499km.
- RWD: 58.0 kWh battery with a 125kW rear motor (up to 373 km range)
- RWD: 77.4 kWh battery with a 168kW rear motor (up to 499 km range)
- AWD: 77.4 kWh battery with a 74kW front motor and a 165kW rear motor (up to 441 km range)
- AWD: 77.4 kWh battery with a 160kW front motor and a 270kW rear motor
- This GT model will be available later in 2022
The EV6 will also feature ultra-fast-charging at 800V and 400V, without the need for a separate controller.
It will also have available Vehicle to Load (V2L) technology, turning the EV6 into a direct power source for everything from personal electronics, appliances, even another EV.
Canadians will also get one feature that will be missing on cars destined for the US. Kia Canada says a heat pump will be available “for the Canadian market specifically.”