Inside, the EV6 is a bit more visually fascinating than the cabin of the Ioniq 5, although falls wanting the eye-catching aesthetic — and charming gimmicks — of the GV60. Twin 12.3-inch dashboard shows are commonplace, working Kia’s simple infotainment system with wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto assist. Just a few additional menus have been thrown in to maintain monitor of EV efficiency, too, whereas GT-Line vehicles have a head-up show.
All trims however the base get a 14-speaker Meridian audio system with subwoofer, and there is no scarcity of connectivity: 4 USB-C for charging, and a USB-A for hooking up your cellphone. A wi-fi charging pad can also be included as commonplace, as are dual-zone local weather management and heated entrance seats. Ventilated entrance seats are commonplace on all however the base trim.
It is a nice and spacious place to search out your self, with plenty of storage nooks and cubbies. There’s 24.4 cubic toes of trunk to play with, down a number of from the bigger Ioniq 5, although dropping the rear seats expands it to simply over 50 cu-ft. For probably the most half, every part is straightforward to regulate and navigate, although I am nonetheless not a fan of Kia’s switchable HVAC/media buttons. The touch-sensitive strip flips between the 2 units of controls, saving house on a dashboard that is not actually wanting that, to start with.