The very BMW like Kia K900 has a lot going for it in its first effort in the rear-wheel drive sedan segment. Known as the K9 in Korea, it was deemed inappropriate due to its use for working dogs so hence the renaming to K900.
Kia also ditched the idea to use its other name for international markets - "The Quoris" kind of rhymes with a certain lady part you don't want as a car.
The K900 promises to offer a lot of space for its passengers, and is described as an "opulent" interior with all sorts of standard and available trimmings and gadgets from standard multi-stage heating to outboard seats to a 12.3 inch full color LED screen for the infotainment system.
Kia will also feature a full length panoramic roof with power retractable sunshade and individual rear seats with multi-stage cooling that can also recline and incorporate power lumbar support and lateral headrest adjustability, a TFT instrument panel, a 900 watt Lexicon audio system and a camera based Lane Departure Warning System.
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