2015 KIA K900 in L.A. review and pictures

Posted on Saturday, 7 December 2013 , 14:12:37 byEmil

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KIA K900 in L.A.

This year at the LA Auto Show Kia managed to impress us all with their new development. The model we are talking about is he K900 rear-wheel sedan which has been developed to challenge the full-size rear-drive luxury sedan segment with the help of standard equipment, great design which have redefined the perception of the consumer. The model has a long 119.9-inch wheelbase and it measures 63.8-inch in the front and 64.1-inch at the rear. To transfer the output to the wheels, the V8 engine transfers the output to the road through 19-inch multi-spoke chrome wheels covered in 245 / 45R-19 tires at the front and 275 / 40 -19 tires at the rear. The specialists have offered as standard adaptive LED headlights with 16-inch LED bulbs which offer strong natural light for enhanced luminosity.


There is the trapezoid chrome bezel cuts high across the standard powered rear deck lid of the K900. As standard the specialists have offered power and heated rear view mirrors integrate auto dimming, LD turn signal indicators and Blind Spot Detection System in an aerodynamic form that reduces the noise of the wind. You should also know that the all-new K900 comes with 3-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel which is substantial and features controls for audio, cruise control entertainment and vehicle information. Inside there is a 12-way adjustable seat for the driver which includes power lumbar support which is available as standard on both the V6 premium and V8 Premium models.


All font seats come as standard with multi-sage heating and ventilation for individualized comfort no matter the temperature. With the new model, Kia introduces for the first time the Advanced Vehicle safety Management, seatbelt mechanisms and multiple warning systems, pre-pressurized breaking system and a lot of other safety elements. Under the hood, the new K900 hides a V6 engine capable of generating 311 horsepower. The engineers have also offered an advanced five-link fully independent front and rear suspension.