Kia unveiled their new all-electric EV6 last month, sharing details about its design, specs, and range. The only piece of the puzzle that was missing was the price.
Now the automaker has officially announced how much the EV6 will cost in the United Kingdom (UK), and it looks like it won’t be cheap when it arrives in North America.
The EV6 will come in four different trim levels. The base model EV6 with a 77kWh battery and 316 miles (508km) of range starts at £40,895 ($69,700 CAD).
There will also be a mid-level GT-Line EV6 in both rear-wheel drive (RWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD) variants. Prices will range from £43,895 ($74,800 CAD) to £47,395 ($80,800 CAD).
Upgrade to the GT-Line S and be prepared to pay as much as £51,895 ($88,500 CAD) for 20″ rims, ventilated and heated front seats, driver-assist features and more.
Set to arrive sometime in 2022, there will be an even more expensive GT variant with more premium features and an anticipated 0-60mph time of 3.5 seconds. Pricing for this variant were not announced.
The cost of the Kia EV6 in the UK is disappointing, as the electric car showed some promise when it was unveiled last month. At nearly $70,000 CAD (converted) for the base model, the EV6 should be well out of range to qualify for the federal iZEV rebate when pricing is announced for Canada.
You can check out the full price list below (click to enlarge).