2022 Hyundai loniq 5 and KIA EV6-EPA Range and Efficiency Ratings Announced

KIA’s new automobile electric car and Hyundai models EV6 and Ioniq 5 share the same E-GMP Electric-Global Modular Platform as they are about to go on sale at the end of this season.

EPA – Environmental Protection Agency has released the efficiency and range estimation for both Ioniq 5 and EV6, revealing that both the EVs can reach 300 miles after the single charged battery in their Long Range Configuration, rear-wheel-drive.

The best thing about KIA’s EV6 is that it’s the sleeker one and efficient enough as compared to Hyundai Ioniq 5 boxy vehicle. KIA’s EV6 RWD, with a standard range, uses a 58.0 kWh power battery that has a range of 232 miles, beating the Ioniq 5 by 12 miles.

The EV6 base also gives 117 MPG as a result when it is compared to the same Hyundai 5 which delivers a 110 MPGe rating. With these figures from EVP, something is clear that the KIA’s EV6 is going to rock the American Auto market but what the future entails for the standard range, the Ioniq 5 is still hard to predict.

Even though Ioniq 5 is listed on the EPA’s official website, the standard range Ioniq 5 is still missing from the Hyundai Company’s website and the company itself keeps the rights to comment on its unavailability.

However, the two models are not so different when it comes to specs. Following is the side-by-side comparison of both cars that users may look at while buying their favorite EV this winter.

The final details of both EVs are yet to come including prices and the remaining specs which would be available when there’s a market launch of these vehicles in the US market.

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