The KIA EV6 is available in two versions: the entry-level model has a 58 kWh battery, while its larger sibling has a 77.4 kWh battery to meet the power needs of the optional four-wheel drive.
The KIA EV6 is also equipped with the handy vehicle-to-load (V2L) function. This makes your car a mobile power bank that can provide the energy you need for your other devices. And with this 'socket on wheels', you can also energise other devices, such as an electric bicycle. This function on the Kia EV6 can deliver up to 3.6 kW, which is sufficient for small electric devices. Your espresso will be ready in no time.
In addition, the Kia EV6 is a real family car thanks to the large luggage space that you can expand to 1,300 litres and its high towing capacity (up to 1,600 kg). A caravan, horse trailer, or trailer for transporting all your electric bicycles? No problem for the Kia EV6.
The Model Y first came to market in our region in the Long Range version. This will be followed in 2022 by the Performance version, which accelerates a little faster but has a shorter range, and is more expensive than the Long Range. Less quick is relative, because the Long Range takes you from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.1 seconds. If you notice that you do not have enough energy to get home, you can use the quick charging function to charge the car’s battery in just 19 minutes (up to 80%), which is enough for another 336 km.
As with other Tesla cars, the Model Y's centre of gravity is relatively low, which not only gives it nice handling but also provides an excellent safety score.