So, what else do you get in the EV6?
All three grades feature a 77.4kWh ‘Long Range’ battery, along with a rear-mounted electric motor delivering 168kW of power and 350Nm of torque.
The base $67,990 EV6 Air’s specification list includes vegan artificial leather upholstery, powered lumbar support for the driver’s seat, dual-zone climate control, LED lighting, two integrated 12.3-inch displays, satellite navigation, digital radio, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Bluetooth connectivity, USBs galore, wireless phone charging, powered folding mirrors, regenerative braking paddles that promote one-pedal driving, a powered charging flap (housing Type 2 and CCS charging ports), 19-inch alloys and a tyre mobility kit.
For a $7000 premium, the $74,990 GT-Line adds items such as a body kit, powered front seats, relaxation front seats (that promote napping when stationary), suede-style trim, a head-up display, 14-speaker Meridian audio system, a powered tailgate, remote-control parking, heated steering wheel, heated/ventilated front seats, a blind-spot view monitor, powered child locks, a surround-view camera, an external V2L power point, a stainless-steel luggage sill, augmented motor sound options, automatic folding flush door handles, laminated front door glass, privacy glass, ambient mood lighting and 20-inch alloy wheels.
Going the GT-Line AWD as tested from $82,990 adds a front-mounted electric motor, boosting total power and torque outputs to 239kW and 605Nm respectively, as well as a large sunroof.