June 20
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A new Kia EV6 model, the look of which has undergone considerable changes, has been introduced to the South Korean market, reports Autoblog.

Its most impressive thing is its new front panel. Instead of the standard headlamps, "Star Map" sidelights have appeared, creating a polygonal pattern around the redesigned front bumper.

Minor changes at the rear of this car are the additional lighting used on the full-width light box and the new light shapes that distinguish the GT-Line from the lower models.

New black and silver geometric wheels, available in 19 or 20 inch on this market, bring the EV6 closer to Kia's growing collection of new electric vehicles.

Elsewhere in the cabin, a redesigned wireless charger prevents the mobile phone from falling. The car is equipped with a digital rearview mirror, new "dynamic graphics" exterior lighting, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay systems, and a fingerprint sensor that provides an additional level of keyless identification.

In order to make this car more comfortable, Kia engineers have increased the rigidity of the body, strengthened the sound insulation, and adjusted the shock absorbers.

And for safety reasons, 10 airbags have been installed in the cabin.

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