2022 KIA K9 Interior and exterior Walkaround - New logo Kia's | Mini Auto




Prices start at: $51,000 USD


When buying a high-end Korean sedan, customers are spoiled for choice. In addition to the apparently independent luxury car brand Genesis, parent company Hyundai also has the Grandeur, which will move into the next generation in 2022 and is said to have a length of more than 5 meters (almost 197 inches). Then there's this, the Kia K9 aka K900 no longer exists in the United States.


The impressive sedan remains in the domestic market where it is receiving a mid-cycle update. After being partially revealed a few weeks ago, Kia's tractor-trailer caught the attention again when it first showed a gently tweaked interior. It ditches the previous 12.3-inch infotainment to make room for a larger 14.5-inch setup, with the same diagonal you'll find in some Genesis models.

Already implemented by Genesis and Hyundai, the fingerprint authentication system made its debut on the KDM-spec K9 and allows for the possibility of multiple personalized profiles. The car will automatically change the seat position and climate control settings when it recognizes the fingerprint.


In addition, the position of the side mirrors will switch to a pre-programmed position, while the digital instrument cluster will also switch to the driver's preferred layout. You can also make payments through the fingerprint infotainment system without the need for a separate card.


Over-the-air updates are now supported by the K9 and will bring improvements to the display and even the display itself. A smartphone app will allow owners to remotely open and start the vehicle as well as check their surroundings. An extensive range of driver assistance and safety systems are now available for the Kia flagship, including the ability to predictively shift gears by changing gears based on information provided by radar and cameras.


To make the interior even quieter, Kia has equipped its luxury full-size sedan with improved soundproof glass. New wood trim will debut with the K9's facelift, along with more fancy upholstery and an enlarged "Ergo Motion" driver's seat for more comfort. There is also an extended right rear VIP seat to make the journey as comfortable as possible.


The Kia K9 2022 will go on sale in the country on June 3 and will cost from over $51,000 (converted from Korean won) for the base version and up to $68,300 for the top version, before options.


2022 KIA K9 Interior and exterior Walkaround - New logo Kia's | Mini Auto 2022 KIA K9 Interior and exterior Walkaround - New logo Kia's | Mini Auto Reviewed by News For You on June 16, 2021 Rating: 5

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