Not German, it’s Korean but one that means business.
Kia Motors has revealed the all-new K9 in a series of exterior and interior images. The Kia K9 has been created in Kia’s global design headquarters in Namyang, Korea and the brand’s U.S. design studio in Irvine, California. The new model will make its world debut at the New York International Auto Show later on March 28.
The car comes with rich, sophisticated design and balanced proportions that ensures a strong on-road presence for the K9. Analog clock developed exclusively by Swiss watch brand Maurice Lacroix. Minimalist interior with advanced in-car technologies, new Human Machine Interface (HMI) and co-developed Pantone customizable mood ambient lighting.
The K9’s 12.3-inch HMI screen is integrated in such a way as to enhance a sense of calm and serenity. The HMI features a new intelligent lighting control with proximity sensors, only illuminating the dashboard when it detects the driver’s hand reaching for a switch. Drivers can also adapt the cabin of the new K9 to personal preferences with a new mood lighting system.
The all-new Kia K900 will be manufactured in Korea and will go on sale across selected global markets from the second quarter of 2018.