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KIA EV6 | Kia has delivered 200 EV6s in India so far; Even more cars will be produced in 2022. Navabharat (New India)

Mumbai: Kia India, one of the fastest growing car manufacturers in the country, has so far delivered 200 units of the Kia EV6 to the customers. The company had initially planned to deliver 100 cars for the entire year, which has already doubled the figure. Now, the company plans to further increase the total allotment of EV6 in 2022 and complete most of the pending deliveries before the end of this year.

The EV6 is the first electric vehicle by Kia in the country and was launched on June 22. However, its delivery to the customers was started only last month. The Kia EV6 received an overwhelming response from Indian customers with 355 bookings already booked before its launch. Since then the booking numbers have been increasing steadily. Staying true to its customer centric commitment, Kia India will be delivering additional units to the customers in the coming days.

Company’s best car KIA EV6

Myung-Sik Sohn, Chief Sales Officer, Kia India said, “The EV6 is considered one of the best products Kia has ever made and a car that showcases our technological prowess and capabilities. Upon the launch of the EV6, we received a very positive response. Accordingly, we have promised our customers that we will introduce more EV6 units for 2022 over and above the 100 units allotted initially. Going forward, our focus will be on fulfilling all existing and new bookings and delivering them at the earliest. The EV6 has made electric mobility a fun and exhilarating experience for our customers, and I am sure in the coming days, EV6 will be seen everywhere on Indian roads.”

KIA EV6

  • The Kia EV6 is built on Kia’s dedicated EV platform, the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP).
  • The Kia EV6 is Kia’s first product in the country’s EV sector.
  • The Kia EV6 offers a range of up to 708 km on a full charge (ARAI certified), so you never have to worry about range.
  • Kia India is committed to offer sustainable transportation solutions and is working towards developing charging infrastructure in the country to provide a hassle-free experience to its customers.
  • As part of its EV roadmap, Kia will launch its India-centric EV by 2025 in the country.
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