Little by little the new models have been managing to overcome the latest tests, something that has allowed it to consolidate itself as one of the most solid models and at the same time prepare to revolutionize the market. At Kia they have not stopped working and now they have managed to finish a practically perfect vehicle. Now the KIA EV9 has passed the latest technical tests, and is preparing to debut in 2023.
The all-electric Kia EV9 will become the brand’s flagship model and revolutionize the large electric SUV segment, while accelerating the transformation of the Kia brand and affirming its leadership in sustainable electric mobility. This model has been working for more than 44 months, where they have set the guidelines for the new design, autonomy, performance and a new way of enjoying the automotive industry thanks to the use of technology. To do this, they have been working at Kia’s global R&D center in Namyang, Korea.
The EV9 has been put to the test of an exhaustive verification program on steep ramps for 4×4 vehicles and on rough surface tracks, as well as a deep-water wading test, to ensure maximum reliability even in the most difficult conditions. This model has not only been developed in the test center and is that they have rolled on the most demanding tracks in the world. Kia engineers have managed to test the EV9’s running comfort and build quality in the harshest possible conditions.
Kia gave the world a first preview of its new flagship model through the Kia Concept EV9, unveiled at AutoMobility LA in Los Angeles last year. As a manifestation of “United Opposites”, the new and innovative design language of the marca, the EV9 production model will represent the pinnacle of what is possible with an SUV. The Kia EV9, conceived from the company’s advanced global modular electric platform (E-GMP), will usher in a new era in sustainable, sophisticated and cutting-edge mobility.
Now the Korean firm has been working non-stop to generate a unique model that will hit the market in the first quarter of 2023, following in the footsteps of the EV6.