Kia Motors on March 15 unveiled an interior rendering image of its all-new K9 flagship sedan ahead of its domestic launch next month.
Under the concept “Confident Richness,” the fully revamped K9 sedan comes with ambient light, the finest leather and cushioning, and advanced infotainment systems that include a 12.3 inch navigation system, Kia said in a statement.
Last week, the company unveiled renderings of the new K9 sedan’s exterior images. The car is marketed as the K900 in North America and Quoris in other markets.
The “luxury owner-driven concept” is equipped with a host of advanced safety features such as lane following assist, blind spot view monitor, rear cross-traffic collision-avoidance assist and navigation-based smart cruise control. NSCC automatically slows down the car’s speed while driving through a curve.
Kia said after the car’s domestic launch, it will gradually be shipped to overseas markets, such as the United States, within the year.
By Song Seung-hyun and newswires (email@example.com