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The Future of EVs

The automobile industry continues to promote electric cars as the "next best tech," and the most recent generation of electric vehicles (EVs) are more advanced and sophisticated. Although widespread adoption of EVs took some time to commercialize worldwide, more automobile buyers see the benefits of EVs and hybrids. Several advancements in the most recent models have helped overcome some of the barriers that may have discouraged purchasers from adopting EVs. Consumers seek the following crucial features:


More strength. Customers demand greater range and faster charging. Newer electric vehicles have battery life that allows them to travel hundreds of kilometres on a single charge.

More fashion. Car consumers also demand comfort and style, and manufacturers are responding with capacious designs that are comparable to those of traditional vehicles.

"Consumers are ready to transition to electric automobiles," says 

Autotrader Executive Editor Brian Moody.

"When buying an electric vehicle, people consider lower environmental guilt, zero fuel charges, and never having to change your oil again," he explains.

The EV6, Kia's first entrance into the battery-powered car industry, is an example of cutting-edge EV technology.

The EV6 has an ultra-fast 350-kilowatt charger that can charge the car from 10% to 80% in less than 18 minutes, which allows the car to go up to 320+ kilometres.

According to the company website, it also has a unique Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) capability that allows the battery to be used as a mobile power source for numerous applications. Other improvements include rear-wheel drive as well as dual-motor all-wheel drive. It has two battery capacities variants, 58.0 kWh and 77.4 kWh. With 576 HP power, the latest battery technology matches consumers' thirst for speed, making it possible to go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in less than 3.5 seconds. 

It is also as stylish as powerful. It has four doors, a sedan body and provides seating for five passengers, the EV6 is inspired by existing crossover vehicles. The EV6 have all the feature a customer requires. 

Besides Kia, most well-known companies like Audi, Toyota and Porsche are investing billion of dollars in EVs. The future no doubt belongs to EVs, and many countries told that they will only use EVs in the next 15 to 20 years.

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