I had three opportunities to drive the Kia EV 6 recently, different versions for different countries as well, and different colors. This first one, the Metallic Blue GT Line I drove in the Netherlands. I picked it up when it was raining and had things to do, places to go to, so I did not have much time to work through a giant operational manual that seems to be associated with electric vehicles these days. Thankfully the KIA EV 6 GT Line is not one of those vehicles. I was able to put plenty of luggage in quickly and drive off, switching on the demister, the AC and all other things I needed to safely and quickly get on my way.
Having driven the KIA EV 6 GT Line I now much better understand the two videos above and below this text. I must admit that the design philosophy does make sense and is clearly visible, and I have indeed experienced the interior in a more integral way than just a big screen in the center console, like some think is best.
The interior of the EV 6 GT Line is very well detailed and invites to really look around and discover the clever touches and choices throughout. I found the head up display to be really useful and clearly missed it in my other 2 KIA EV 6 experiences. You don’t know what you’ve got till it is gone.