Kia has been spotted trying its cutting edge 2019 Kia K900 sedan in northern Scandinavia. Kia's second-era lead vehicle is relied upon to make a big appearance at some point in 2018.
In spite of the fact that it just touched base in the United States for the 2015 model year, the luxury car really follows its underlying foundations back to 2012 when it was initially introduced in South Korea as the K9. Due to that reality, the American market K900 will skip a run of the mill mid-cycle revive for a full update.
The upgraded car looks longer and sleeker than the model it's set to substitute. The grille embraces the new work design that was first seen on the 2018 Kia Stinger and the headlights receive a plan where the daytime running lights are situated at the base rather than on top. There's additionally another outline for the trailing edge of the back three quarter window that imitates the one utilized by Lexus.
In the engine, the updated 2019 Kia K900 will probably proceed with the present model's V-6 and V-8 choices. The V-6 is a 3.8-liter unit that was presented for 2016 and conveys 311 hp. The V-8 is the recognizable 5.0-liter unit useful for 420 hp. Both motors will come standard with an 8-speed programmed and rear-wheel drive.
It's yet to be affirmed yet it's conceivable that the automaker could offer all-wheel drive as a choice this time around. All-wheel drive will be offered on the Stinger so is probably going to be incorporated on the updated K900, as well.
The U.S-spec variant is likely slated for an official dispatch sooner or later one year from now as a 2019 MY. Meanwhile, expect significantly more spy shots in the coming months and hopefully, the automaker will be sufficiently thoughtful to expel a portion of the cover.
Pricing should start at simply above $50K. The 2019 Kia K900 may not be a major dealer but rather it fills the essential lead car part for the company, depicting to customers that there's a whole other world to the brand than just Econo autos.