Unveiling the Facelifted 2025 Kia EV6: What's New and What to Expect

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Excitement is brewing as the facelifted 2025 Kia EV6 electric car takes the stage, showcasing a blend of refreshed styling, enhanced interior technology, and an extended driving range. Originally introduced in South Korea three years ago, this mid-life upgrade promises to elevate the EV driving experience to new heights, drawing inspiration from its Hyundai Ioniq 5 sibling and the larger Kia EV9 electric SUV.

Aesthetic Enhancements

The exterior of the 2025 EV6 boasts a striking new look, characterized by a revamped front fascia featuring angular 'Star Map' adaptive LED headlights, complemented by sleek 19-inch and 20-inch alloy wheel designs. The full-width LED tail-light signature and rear bumper receive subtle tweaks, enhancing the car's overall presence on the road. The GT-Line variant maintains its distinct styling cues, including unique front and rear elements and 20-inch alloy wheels.

Interior Innovation

Step inside the facelifted EV6, and you'll find a tech-forward cabin designed to elevate the driving experience. The centerpiece is a pair of dual 12.3-inch screens powered by Hyundai group's latest 'ccNC' software, offering crisp graphics and seamless functionality. Notably, wireless Apple CarPlay makes its debut in models equipped with embedded satellite navigation, providing convenient connectivity on the go. The steering wheel receives an upgrade, featuring either two spokes in regular models or three in the GT-Line, along with power column adjustment for added comfort.

Advanced Features

The facelifted EV6 is not just about aesthetics; it's packed with advanced features aimed at enhancing safety, convenience, and connectivity. A capacitive sensor integrated into the steering wheel detects the driver's hands during lane-centring assist mode, ensuring optimal control and alertness. Touch-sensitive controls for heated/ventilated seats and a heated steering wheel add a touch of luxury, while a fingerprint reader enables secure vehicle access and start-up. Augmented reality views for satellite navigation, Kia Connect smartphone app functionality, and Highway Driving Assist 2 with assisted lane changes further elevate the driving experience.

Performance and Efficiency

Under the hood, the facelifted EV6 receives a significant boost in driving range, thanks to a larger 84kWh battery (up from 77.4kWh), offering up to 494km of claimed range in South Korean testing. Two powertrain options are available: rear-wheel drive with a 168kW/350Nm electric motor or all-wheel drive with dual motors delivering 239kW/605Nm. With an impressive 10 to 80 per cent recharge time of 18 minutes on a "350kW charger," the EV6 ensures minimal downtime on the road.

Arrival in Australia

Australian enthusiasts can anticipate the arrival of the facelifted EV6 in local showrooms between October and December this year, with Air and GT-Line trim levels set to debut first, followed by the high-performance GT model. While prices are yet to be announced, the current model's range starts from $72,590 to $99,590 plus on-road costs, offering a range of options to suit different preferences and budgets.


The facelifted 2025 Kia EV6 represents a leap forward in electric vehicle technology, blending sleek design, advanced features, and impressive performance into a compelling package. With its arrival on the horizon, anticipation is building among Australian drivers eager to experience the future of electric mobility. Stay tuned for more updates as the EV revolution continues to unfold.

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