Kia EV9 – Kia have recently revealed more details of the flagship EV9 SUV, which is the brands first EV with three rows of seats. It’s the EV for the family.
The exterior design displays some bold and adventurous features as well as minimalist and clever interior styling.
Clever features such as swivelling middle row seats, front and middle row seats that recline so occupants can rest while recharging and two 12.3 inch screens for drivers information and information connectivity technology.
The flat floor EV architecture allows clean interior lines and maximises useable interior space.
It will come in both six and seven seat versions and offers space for all occupants.
The full details will be revealed close to the end of March and we will let you know when they are available.
The Kia EV9 represents a pivotal step forward in the company’s journey towards becoming a sustainable mobility solutions provider.
If the EV9 is anything like the stunning and exciting 3V6 then Kia will have another winner EV SUV on its hands
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Kia EV9 Highlights
- Strong SUV identity fused with elegant EV styling to reshape both the segment and way of life for the electrified era
- Inspired by Kia’s ‘Opposites United’ design philosophy, the EV9 combines contrasting qualities of nature and modernity in its character
- Sleek and bold exterior expresses confidence, clarity, and calmness
- Kia’s E-GMP flat-floor EV architecture amplifies interior space with third row seating, enhancing comfort while exuding a sense of high sophistication
- EV9 readied to debut globally later this month, accelerating the brand’s transformation towards a sustainable mobility solutions provider
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