The 2022 EV6 is Kia’s inaugural dedicated electric vehicle, and it’s arriving imminently to join the rapidly expanding arena of all-electric SUVs. That includes existing challengers like the Ford Mustang Mach-E, Tesla Model Y and Volkswagen ID.4, as well as upcoming rivals such as its Ioniq 5 cousin, from Kia’s affiliated automaker Hyundai, and the Nissan Ariya. Now, Kia has announced the EV6’s trim levels and pricing, too.
Pricing and Release Date
The EV6 will come in three trim levels to start: Light, Wind and GT-Line (a performance-oriented GT model is expected to arrive later). The Light will be offered exclusively with rear-wheel drive, while the Wind and GT-Line will be offered with standard RWD or available all-wheel drive. Prices for the 2022 Kia EV6 are listed below and include a $1,215 destination charge. The EV6 will also be eligible for the full $7,500 federal tax credit, and it’s available in all 50 states. Kia says the EV6’s arrival is expected in the coming weeks.
- Light: $42,115 (RWD)
- Wind: $48,215 (RWD); $52,115 (AWD)
- GT-Line: $52,415 (RWD); $57,115 (AWD)