The EV6 isn't just Kia's first dedicated EV or the first model to use the new E-GMP platform. It also debuts a new design philosophy for all future Kia models.
The lower door detailing, which visually shrinks the SUV's silhouette, rises sharply at the rear wheel to join the wraparound tail lights.
The crossover's new "digital tiger face" is said to evoke the brand's "tiger nose" grille while also replacing it.
In its most potent EV6 GT spec, the dual electric motors combine to produce 577 horsepower. That means 0-to-62 mph sprints in just 3.5 seconds.
Inside, the Kia promises to be surprisingly spacious for its class. Ahead of the driver's seat, you'll find dual 12-inch displays and an augmented reality head-up display.