The company had secured bookings of 355 vehicles even before the launch and the order book has swelled since then, which Kia promises to fulfil before the end of 2022.
South Korean car maker, Kia India has delivered 200 units of EV6, double the allocated volumes it had planned for 2022. With the demand continuing to rise, the headquarters is planning to further increase the total allocation of EV6 in the country and complete most of the pending deliveries within a year, the company said in a statement.
The company had secured bookings of 355 vehicles even before the launch and that orderbook has swelled since then.
The EV6 is the first Electric Vehicle by Kia in the country and was launched in June 2022, however, deliveries to customers began last month.
Myung-sik Sohn, Chief Sales Officer, Kia India said “At the launch of EV6, amid the very positive response received, we had promised our customers to bring in more units of the EV6, over and above the initially allotted 100 units for 2022. Going forward, our focus will be on completing the deliveries of all the existing and new bookings at the earliest.”
The Kia EV6 is built on Kia’s dedicated EV platform, the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) and marks the beginning of Kia’s journey into the EV space in the country.
Kia EV6 offers a range of up to 708 km on a full charge (ARAI certified), thereby keeping range anxiety at bay. Kia India is committed to offering sustainable mobility solutions and is working towards developing charging infrastructure in the country to provide a hassle-free ownership experience for its customers.
As part of its EV roadmap, Kia will launch its India-centric EV by 2025 in the country.
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