Kia Corporation has today revealed the first images of the exterior and interior design of EV6, it also reveals its first dedicated battery electric vehicle (BEV), ahead of the car’s world launch in March of this year. So this is a post on Kia reveals its new design philosophy with full images of the new EV6. Also read, Audi E-Tron and E-Tron Sportback to launch in the first half of this year in India
Commenting on this Karim Habib, Senior Vice President and Head of Global Design Center said, “EV6, as the first dedicated Kia EV, is a showcase of human-centered, progressive design and electrified power We strongly believe EV6 is a compelling and relevant model for the new EV market,” further adding, “With EV6 we aimed to create a distinctive, impactful design by using a combination of sophisticated, high-tech features on pure and rich volumes while providing a unique space as a futuristic EV.”
Now for the EV6 itself, it was designed under the brand’s new design philosophy ‘Opposites United’, which takes inspiration from the contrasts found in nature and humanity. At the center of the design, philosophy is a new visual identity evoking positive forces and natural energy, with contrasting combinations of sharp stylistic elements and sculptural shapes.
For the exterior now, at the front, there are characteristic daytime running lights that display a sleek, modern appearance. The side profile displays a crossover-inspired design aesthetic, which looks very modern, sleek, and aerodynamic.
Above this, it gets a prominent roof spoiler that channels air downwards towards a raised lower spoiler which sits atop the car’s unique rear light cluster. So the EV6 is the result of a collaborative effort between all three studios in Kia’s global design network in Namyang (Korea), Frankfurt (Germany), and Irvine (California, US).
For the interiors now, there is a seamless high-tech curved high-definition audiovisual and navigation (AVN) screen. Below the AVN screen, there are passengers who control Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning settings by using haptic buttons. The seats however are slim, lightweight, and give a modern look visually. They are made using robust fabrics using recycled plastics, which create a greater opening in the cabin.
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