The EV6 offers buyers a choice of multiple fully-electric, zero-emission powertrain configurations, including long-range (77.4kWh) and standard-range (58.0kWh) high-voltage battery packs. In the mainstream line-up, there's a choice of standard or sporty 'GT-Line' trim and you have to stretch to the latter to get the choice of both long-range and standard-range battery packs. The top high performance EV6 GT model features the long-range battery pack only.
The EV6 prices well above the point where you'd be eligible for the government's Plug-in Car Grant. The 77.4kWh rear-driven 225bhp variant prices from around £41,000. That gets you quite a lot of kit - dual 12.3-inch curved screens, full-navigation with Kia Connect media services, full-LED headlights and lots of camera safety technology. If you can find around £44,000 for this same car with plusher 'GT-Line'-spec, you get a sportier body kit, plus suede upholstery, LED ambient lighting and power operation for the driver's seat. Opting for 'GT-Line' trim mean that you'll also have the option of an AWD 77.4kWh model, which prices at around £47,500. The top of the range trim level for the 77kWh battery is 'GT-Line S' trim, which costs just over £48,000 in rear-driven form or around £52,000 in AWD guise.
If you can stretch to the top high performance EV6 GT AWD model, you'll need to find just over £58,000, which gets you lots more equipment still. There are intelligent LED headlights, which turn with the bends. Plus through the spokes of the larger 21-inch wheels (shod with stickier Michelin performance tyres), you'll glimpse neon green brake calipers. Sporty trim features around the fascia, you get a unique sports steering wheel and a premium audio system upgrade.