The KIA EV6 electric car has successfully passed the moose test. The result of the new hatchback crossover was very high. This is reported by the site km77.com, which conducted the test.
The new KIA EV6 2021 went through a difficult maneuver at a speed of 78 km / h. Let us remind you that an excellent mark is given for an indicator of 77 km / h and above.
This is one of the best results among all modern crossovers – only Tesla Model Y (83 km / h) is ahead. The Korean electric car outpaced the Skoda Enyaq iV (67 km / h), Volkswagen ID.4 (73 km / h) and even the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo (77 km / h) electric crossovers.
A 229-horsepower rear-wheel drive version of the KIA EV6 with 20-inch alloy wheels took part in the test. The test driver noted safe and predictable handling and precise steering.
Recall that a moose test is a double-shift maneuver that simulates a sharp detour of an obstacle that suddenly appears on the road. It was invented in Scandinavia, where moose and other animals often run out on the track, which poses a danger to the car.