The 2022 Kia EV6 is new electric cars coming out in the near future. Electric car has started to roll out globally, but the first examples aren’t expected to arrive stateside until early next year. So when Kia company offered to sneak me backstage at its annual dealers’ meeting in Las Vegas for a short, exclusive, one-hour session in the electric crossover, I obviously couldn’t say no.
The cost of owning a car isn’t just what you pay upfront. It’s the total cost over time that includes fuel, servicing your vehicle, and more. With federal and state tax incentives, as well as savings on fuel and maintenance, the state-of-the-art EV6 can cost less to own than a conventional gasoline car. So long oil changes.
2022 Kia EV6 Starting Price
How much will this electric crossover SUV cost? The 2022 Kia EV6 First Edition will have a starting price of $58,500 . Unfortunately, we don’t know how many trims will be available for the Kia EV6, but we do know how much the Kia EV6 is estimated to save Delray Beach drivers in the long run:
- Potential federal tax credit of $7,500
- Estimated gas savings of $5,045
- Estimated maintenance savings of $595
When this car arrives in the U.S., it will offer an extremely broad lineup including two battery-pack sizes, one- and two-motor configurations, and a ridiculously large horsepower spread. The least powerful EV6 has 167 horsepower while the most powerful GT version has more than three times as much, with 576 hp.