Kia's most recent EV is prepared to take on everything from the Hyundai Ioniq 5 to the VW ID.4 and Tesla Model 3, and win

The Kia EV6 marks the following stage in the Korean brand's shift towards zap.

Kia was among the primary standard vehicle creators to focus completely on the possibility of electric vehicles,

with the principal Soul EV going at a bargain quite a while back and the electric variant of the Niro selling out before certain opponents had a solitary EV to showcase.

In 2022 the brand sells charged (EV or crossover) adaptations of six models and by 2026 it intends to put up 11 unadulterated EVs for sale to the public.

The EV6 is the first among them and is Kia's most memorable model based on the committed E-GMP stage.

Opening into the huge family EV portion with costs beginning north of £40,000 the EV6 is facing an abundance of opponents including the connected Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Genesis GV60 as well as the Skoda Enyaq, Volkswagen ID.4, Audi Q4 e-tron, Nissan Ariya, Polestar 2 and Tesla Model 3.

Straight away, the EV6's looks put it aside from a few of those opponents. Like the Ioniq 5, the EV6's body shape is difficult to categorize.

 Kia refers to the dangerous yet solid shape as "hybrid enlivened" and makes references to the EV being a SUV.

There are traces of that in the articulated wheel curves and marginally tall ground freedom yet for the most part the EV6 looks like a (extremely) huge hatchback - think Polestar 2 as opposed to Ariya.