Work with ultra-fast charging systems

The latest electric flagship from Kia has been built on the dedicated electric E-GMP Platform. The vehicle will offer a WLTP range of up to 323 miles. This range is for the rear-wheel-drive standard model, and the all-wheel-drive model will offer a lesser range.

The customers will be able to purchase the vehicle later this year. The vehicle will also work with ultra-fast charging systems, which can charge the battery in less time.

The rear-wheel-drive variant of the electric vehicle will have 19in alloy wheels, LED lights, heated mirrors, and more as standard. The GT-Line trim will have a more powerful drivetrain as standard. It will also feature front parking sensors and two-tone upholstery. The company is expecting this version to be the best seller in the UK. Prices have been announced for both versions. The two-wheel drive version is less powerful as compared to the four-wheel-drive version.

There is also a GT-Line S trim, which you can get either in the rear or all-wheel drive for. It’s the most expensive version and it features larger wheels, a panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seats, and more. A GT version will also be launched in the UK, but not before the second half of the next year.

According to the company they have booked over a thousand reservations for the vehicle in the UK and they will allow these customers to place orders for the vehicle early. The V6 GT is the quickest vehicle from the company and it’s also more powerful than the Porsche Taycan 4S.

As we have mentioned before, the vehicle underpins the E-GMP platform, which is also used by the latest Hyundai Ioniq 5. The platform employees the 800V charging architecture. The vehicle also features an augmented reality head-up display, which shows speed data and more. It also has the latest version of the connectivity package as well as several advanced driver safety aids.

It’s the first bespoke production electric vehicle from the company. Not only it offers a completely new design, but it also offers great levels of performance. The vehicle will start the electric phase of the company and we can expect more electric cars after this.