Kia claims that the EV6 can be reserved for a nominal fee of Rs. 3 lakh through 15 select retailers in 12 locations.
Kia India announced on Thursday that reservations for the EV6, the country’s first electric vehicle, have begun.
The EV6 signals the start of Kia’s EV journey in the country, as it is built on a dedicated EV platform called the electric-global modular platform (E-GMP).
This year, just 100 units of the EV6 Completely Built Unit (CBU) will be available for purchase in India.
The imported model will be available in the country next week.
The EV6 is available for booking through 15 select dealerships in 12 locations for a token sum of Rs. 3 lakh.
Customers can also make reservations via the Kia India website, according to the company.
“The Indian automobile industry is changing, and Kia is at the forefront of that change.
We’ve demonstrated it time and time again with our world-class products and services that meet not only the unmet but also the unfelt requirements of Indians.
The debut of the EV6 in the country confirms this “Tae-Jin Park, managing director and CEO of Kia India, stated.
According to the announcement, the automobile can go up to 528 kilometres on a single charge and sprint from 0-100 km/h in just 5.2 seconds.
Using a 350KWh charger, the vehicle can be charged from 10% to 80% in as little as 18 minutes.
It has all-wheel drive (AWD) (in various trims), a panoramic sunroof, multiple drive modes, front collision avoidance help, lane keep assist, and more than 60 linked technologies.