Kia announces 2022 EV6 pricing, starts at $33,400* in the US

by Jo Borrás

Kia America today announced pricing for its 2022 EV6 lineup, which is the brand’s first electric only model.

Pricing starts at $33,400 (here’s that asterisk) after the $7,500 federal vehicle tax credit for the 2WD “Light” model.

When applied to the $40,900 base price of the “Light” model EV6, that tax credit gives the rear-wheel drive, 58.0 kWh battery pack-equipped entry EV6 an effective price of $33,400.

The Kia EV6 will be offered in the US in three trim levels:  Light, Wind, and GT-Line.

The Light trim will be rear-wheel drive only, while the Wind and GT-Line levels will be available in both rear-wheel drive and Dual Motor e-AWD configurations.

Released at the same time as the official pricing was a press release showing the new Kia EV6 as it “electrifies the roadways of wine country” during its national press introduction.

The arrival of the EV6 marks the official US launch of Kia’s “Plan S” strategy that will deliver 11 all-new electrified models across the world by 2026.