Kia EV6 gets official EPA range of up to 310 mi


7 mi (11 km) more than its cousin, the Hyundai Ioniq 5

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released the range and MPGe ratings for the all-electric Kia EV6, which are up to 310 mi (499 km) and 117 (city & highway combined), respectively. The 310 mi rating is for the Long Range RWD variant (with a 77.4 kWh battery pack), which is 7 mi (11 km) less than what Kia claimed, but still, pretty good.


The Long Range AWD is rated at 274 mi (441 km) with 105 combined MPGe, while the Standard Range RWD with a 58 kWh battery pack is rated at 232 mi (373 km) with 117 combined MPGe. Notice that these numbers are higher than those of the Ioniq 5, most likely due to better aerodynamics.

The 585 hp EV6 GT (AWD) might offer a bit less range, for obvious reasons. At the time of publishing this story, the EV6 has been listed on the official Kia U.S. website with a “coming soon” tag. Order books might open in Jan 2022.

Source: EPA

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