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How long does it take to charge the Kia EV6?

The charging time of the Kia EV6 varies based on which version of the EV6 you purchase, its battery size, and the type of charging station you charge at. There are currently four versions of the Kia EV6: The standard range 2WD* with a 54 kWh usable battery, and the long-range 2WD*, long-range AWD*, and GT each with a 74 kWh usable battery.

All versions of the Kia EV6 can charge at a maximum of 11 kW at an AC charging station. This means it takes approximately 6 hours to charge the standard range 2WD from 0 to 100 percent, and 8 hours to charge the long-range 2WD, long-range AWD, and GT versions.

As for charging at a DC fast charging station, the Standard Range 2WD can charge at a maximum power of 175 kW, while the Long Range 2WD, Long Range AWD, and GT versions can charge at a maximum power of 233 kW. This means it takes the standard range 2WD around 17 minutes to charge from 10 to 80 percent, while the long-range 2WD, long-range AWD, and GT versions take around 16 minutes.

*Depending on your location, model names may differ.

What is the range of the Kia EV6?

The Kia EV6 is currently available in four different models* each with a different range:

  • Standard Range 2WD with a range of 394 km**

  • Long Range 2WD with a range of 528 km**

  • Long Range AWD with a range of 506 km**

  • GT with a range of 424 km**

*Depending on your location. Model names may differ.

**These estimates are based on the WLTP ratings and the actual range may vary based on factors such as speed, weather conditions, and elevation change.

How much does a Kia EV6 cost?

Depending on which version of the Kia EV6 you choose and your location or dealership, prices start at $40,900* in the US, €44.990* in Europe, and £44,195 and £55,195* in the UK.

*Prices were taken at the time of writing from Kia US and Kia EU.

What features make the Kia EV6 unique?

As an electric vehicle (EV) built from the ground up, Kia has integrated many features that you can only expect in EVs. The most notable of these is the Vehicle-to-load (V2L) function. Thanks to the EV6’s large battery, the V2L allows for the vehicle to essentially act as a portable power supply, providing the option to charge external equipment such as camping gear, a movie projector, or even other EVs.

The second EV6 feature that impresses is the maximum charging rate of 350 kW which can add an additional 100 km of range in just 4.5 minutes. Kia also mentions on their website that their multi-speed charging system can convert just 50 kW into 350 kW to allow for optimal charging even without the most powerful chargers.

Finally, the EV6 feature that likely caught your eye is the modern bold design. Kia claims that thanks to building the EV6 from the ground up as an EV, providing flexible dimensions to work with, their designers have introduced an incredibly unique design that is almost futuristic.

What is the size and weight of the Kia EV6?

Categorized as a medium five-seater SUV, the Kia EV6 Standard Range 2WD, Long Range 2WD, and Long Range AWD is 4,680 mm long, 1,880 mm wide, and 1,550 mm tall. The cargo load is 511 liters, with a 52-liter front trunk and an 80 kg roof load.

The gross vehicle weight (GVWR) of the EV6 Standard 2WD comes in at 2,340 kg with a maximum payload of 540 kg, the Long Range 2WD at 2,425 kg with a maximum payload of 515 kg, and the Long Range AWD at 2,530 kg and a maximum payload of 515 kg.

The Kia EV6 GT comes in slightly different from other versions, with a length of 4,695 mm, a width of 1,890 mm, and a height of 1,545 mm. The cargo load is 480 liters, with a front trunk of 20 liters and a roof load of 80 kg. As for the gross vehicle weight (GVWR), the EV6 GT comes in at 2,610 kg with a maximum payload of 485 kg.

How much does it cost to charge the Kia EV6?

How much it costs to charge your Kia EV6 depends on which version of the EV6 you are charging, as well as whether you are charging using a home, public, or DC fast charger. We have created the table below to give you an approximation of what you might pay at each station.

Charging station type (right)

Kia EV6 version (below)

Home (AC)

cost per kWh: $0.13

Public (AC)

cost per kWh: $0.30 + $1 connection fee

Fast (DC)

cost per kWh: $0.50 + $2 connection fee

Standard Range 2WD

(54 kWh)




Long Range 2WD, Long Range AWD & GT

(74 kWh)




Important: Costs are approximations based on our experience and do not represent the real-life situation. Prices represent the cost to charge from zero to 100 percent SoC for AC and from 10 to 80 percent for DC.