The Base and GT-Line (shown here in red) have two battery options: a long-range 77-kWh with up to 316 miles of range on a full charge with rear-wheel-drive, or a 58-kWh unit with a projected 230 miles. Both range estimates are on the WLTP cycle. The top-of-the-line GT only comes with the more powerful battery.
Output-wise, the long-range, RWD base and GT-Line variants offer 225 horsepower motor at the rear wheels while the AWD version for both has a 320-hp motor pushing both axles. The short-range versions have 167 hp and 231 hp for RWD and AWD, respectively. All RWD models come with an electronic limited-slip differential for better overall handling and driver enjoyment. The EV6 GT (pictured in grey) will find enthusiast appeal. Available only in AWD, it produces a total of 576 hp and 538 lb-ft of torque. Zero to 60 mph happens in 3.5 seconds and top speed is 161 mph.
Both 800- and 400-volt charging are possible, meaning the larger battery, RWD models achieve a 10-80 percent charge in 18 minutes. And, when the battery is at least a 35 percent charge, the crossover can tow up to 3,500 pounds.