Bigger Battery Upgrade

The 2025 Kia EV6 has upgraded its battery from a 77.4-kWh to an 84.0-kWh pack, which is expected to extend the car’s range significantly

Improved Range Estimates

The new battery pack could increase the driving range for rear-drive models from an estimated 303 miles to approximately 325 miles

Fresh Exterior Design

The EV6 sports a new headlight design featuring angular C-shaped LED running lights, and the GT-Line model showcases updated front and rear bumpers

Innovative Interior Updates

Inside, the EV6 boasts a more sophisticated panoramic curved display for a seamless integration of the digital gauge cluster and infotainment screens

Enhanced User Interface

The updated model includes new infotainment software with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, enhancing connectivity and ease of use

Advanced Security

A new fingerprint-authentication system has been added for enhanced security and personalized access.

Improved Wireless Charging

The wireless charging pad has been updated to better secure and charge mobile devices

Sleek New Steering Wheel

The interior also features a redesigned steering wheel, adding to the modern aesthetics and driver comfort.

Anticipated U.S. Release

These updates previewed in the Korean-spec model are expected to make their way to the U.S. market soon, with the launch likely just a few months away

Proven Performance

The dual-motor all-wheel-drive Wind model, known for its efficiency, previously covered 230 miles in a 75-mph highway test, showcasing the vehicle’s endurance.