Kia is dying for its next EV6 electric car
Kia is dying for its next EV6 electric car

Kia released its first official image of the EV6, the first battery-powered electric vehicle based on the company's new electric vehicle platform that has been shared with parent company Hyundai, known as the Global Electric Standard System (E-GMP).

The photo shows that the car is a mixture of a hatchback and a four-door crossover and has a futuristic look.

The EV6 is Kia's first electric vehicle to run on a new BEV battery. The development is based on a new design concept that reflects Kia's renewed interest in electricity.

Karim Habib, Senior Vice President and Head of Kia's Global Design Center, said: The EV6 not only embodies our brand mission, but also our new design concept. It aims to inspire every journey by providing an innate, natural experience of self-improvement. It provides simple, intuitive, and integrated user engagement for everyday customers' lives.

Our goal is to shape the true brand experience and to develop bold, innovative and innovative electric vehicles.

As part of the company's brand transformation, Kia's new battery-powered electric vehicles will be named after the new naming strategy.

The new approach is constantly simplifying and simplifying the terminology for Kia electric vehicles in all markets around the world.

All Kia electric vehicles powered by Kia's new custom BEV battery begin with the EV prefix, making it easier for consumers to understand which Kia is fully electric and the number below corresponds to the model's position in the product group. .

Hyundai Motor took a similar approach, using its Ioniq sub-brand for electric vehicles and launching a line of products. Ioniq 5 will go on sale in the fall, and Ioniq 6 and Ioniq 7 will go on sale in 2022 and 2024, respectively.

The design and manufacture of the EV6 embodies the new logo and animation of the Kia brand, and will make its global debut in the first quarter of 2021.

Kia has announced plans to launch 11 new electric vehicles by 2026, seven of which will be manufactured through the Hyundai E-GMP platform.

The EV6 is expected to share a 77.4 kWh battery with the Ioniq 5. The standard Kia setup is expected to be a single electric motor that powers the rear wheels.

Kia expects plug-in electric, hybrid and hybrid vehicles to account for 40% of total sales by 2030.

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