For the most part, the GT’s interior should mimic the standard EV6 with a few notable upgrades. Sport bucket seats are standard and feature vegan suede upholstery and bright neon green accents. There’s also a zesty striped motif on the dash panel and center armrest, with additional dynamic sounds piped through the speakers to create the EV equivalent of engine noise.

Otherwise, we expect the GT to be just as comfortable and easy to use as the regular EV6. It also means we expect outward visibility to be somewhat hampered by the large roof pillars and small rear window.

How do you like the EV6 GT’s technology?

Kia boasts that the EV6 GT will come with 20 standard safety features. Judging by the EV6’s supporting features list, we expect the GT to be fully loaded with front collision mitigation, blind spot warning with rear cross-traffic alert, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, parking sensors, automated parking system, surround sound system CCTV, blind spot camera, automatic rear braking, lane departure assist and steering assist.

The EV6 GT will also retain vehicle-to-load (V2L) functionality. This allows users to connect the adapter to the charging port to power external accessories. These can include blenders and tailgate lights, as well as tools. It is also possible to help charge an electric car that has hit the circuit, albeit very slowly.

Edmunds says

The 2023 Kia EV6 GT is an exciting high-performance addition to the already complete EV6 lineup. It’s just a shame the range takes such a big hit in the name of power.

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