2019 Kia K900 spied
2019 Kia K900 spied
Posted on July 12, 2017
The 2019 Kia K900 spied has been spied in the wild and looks even better than the current model. The series of shots shows a longer car with a more laid back stance.
The Kia K900 is a rare beast indeed, both in terms of value for money and presence on our streets. It is rare to see on in the city or country and owners don’t mind a bit. One of the key features of owning a Kia K900 is the knowledge that it is a niche vehicle and that you are driving something that would cost twice as much had it been made in Bavaria.
The spy shots of the 2019 Kia K900, hosted at Motor Authority, show a longer car with a new front grille. We can see very little under the camouflage but we can work out a few things. The LED running lights look to have shifted to a more traditional position alongside the lower sill. The rear half of the car also seems to have been slightly modified but it is difficult to make out for sure.
One element noted by others who have seen the shots is the steering wheel. Part wood and part racing-style wheel, it is unlike anything else in the range.
2018 Kia K900
The 2018 Kia K900 is the Korean automaker’s premium sedan. It has a long profile with some nice design elements. The big front grille with angled lights looks very accomplished while large alloy wheels and sloping roof makes it look quite aero.
Inside is where the K900 shines. Quality materials, excellent build quality and lots of technology abound. If you didn’t see the Kia badge on the steering wheel, you could easily imagine you were driving something German, it is that good.
The cabin is very spacious with comfortable seats that hold you just so. The trim is of great quality and can include real wood as part of the package. It seats five adults comfortably and without any issues with head and legroom. There are control in back for climate and storage everywhere. It is a practical as well as comfortable sedan.
Under the hood is either a 3.8-litre V6 that generates 311 hp and 293 lb-ft of torque or a 5.0-litre V8 that makes 420 hp and 376 lb-ft of torque. Both use an eight speed automatic transmission to send power to the rear wheels.
Lots of advanced options come as standard with the K900, which is one of the main selling points. Features such as power trunk lid, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear outboard seats, a power rear sunshade, a 17-speaker Lexicon surround-sound audio system all come as standard on every model.
Panoramic sunroof, blind-spot monitoring system, rear cross-traffic alert system, lane departure warning system, heated steering wheel, upgraded leather upholstery are all options or standard on the V8. All for much, much less than a BMW 7-series or Lexus.
Learn more about the K900 at Georgetown Kia, 199 and 314 Guelph Street, Georgetown, Ontario.