2019 Kia K900 – The K900 is Kia’s luxury sedan. It first came to the United States in 2014, and it is currently undergoing overhaul. The next generation of K900 will go on sale in 2018 as a 2019 model with major upgrades and upgrades. Here are some of the new features you can hope to see when Kia finally kicks off the new K900.
Under heavy camouflage, a more pronounced front grille and new LED lights are immediately noticeable. The lower part of the fascia is also new, as are the rear lights at the rear. The Stinger sports sedan will be the main design of the Korean brand ahead, and the K900 will be one of the first to benefit.
Inside, the cabin is completely new. Although camouflage covers most of the final product, a new Lexicon audio system will come standard, with a number of more modern finishes on the outgoing model, including metal fittings and wood throughout.
Under the hood, the redesigned K900 will probably continue with options V-6 and V-8 of the current model. The V-6 is a 3.8-liter unit that was introduced in 2016 and delivers 311 horsepower. The V-8 is the familiar unit of 5.0 liters good for 420 hp. Both engines will be delivered as standard with an 8-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive.
It remains to be confirmed, but we can see Kia propose an all-wheel drive option this time. All-wheel drive will be offered on the Stinger, so it is likely to be included on the redesigned 2019 Kia K900. Prices are expected to continue to rise above $ 50,000.