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Up close with Kia EV6 aerodynamics design

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In electric cars, aerodynamics is one of the main factors. Not only to make the car look cooler, but also to help reduce air resistance.

Including those in the Kia EV6 electric car, aerodynamics are very well thought out in terms of design to make this electric car more efficient in terms of energy which leads to longer distances.

There are some parts that are deliberately made in such a way as to minimize air resistance.

For example, the design of the front hood is made lower at the front to break the wind.

Furthermore, the A pillar which is made more collapsed so that the air can flow faster.

At the stern, the design of the taillights is deliberately made like a duck tail combined with a rear spoiler that has a hole in the middle.

This hole serves to drain water with the help of the wind, so there is no need for a wiper.

Even on the side skirts, near the rear tires, they are deliberately flush with the tires in order to minimize obstacles in the rear area.

And no less important, the section under the Kia electric car from front to back is made even so that the wind flow is more optimal.

As a result, the Kia EV6 electric car has a drag coefficient of 0.28 Cd.

Even better than a bicycle that has 0.4 Cd and a person standing at 0.78 Cd.

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