The 2024 Kia EV9 is poised to be another hit electric vehicle in Kia's lineup, offering a captivating electric SUV option.

Promising Electric SUV 

The EV9 boasts a spacious three-row layout, providing ample room for passengers and cargo, making it a practical choice for families.

Roomy Three-Row Design 

Initially produced in South Korea, production of the EV9 will transition to Kia's West Point, Georgia plant in mid-2024.

Manufacturing Shift

Kia anticipates that the EV9 will qualify for the full $7,500 U.S. federal EV tax credit for leased models, eventually extending to retail sales as locally-produced vehicles and batteries become available.

US Federal Tax Credit

Set to replace the Telluride as Kia's flagship model, the EV9 takes on a prominent role in the brand's lineup.

Flagship Replacement 

Surpassing the Telluride, the EV9 is larger in terms of length, width, and height, offering abundant passenger space and cargo capacity.

Impressive Dimension 

Built on Hyundai-Kia's eGMP platform, the EV9 features an 800-volt electric system for swift charging capabilities.

Advanced Electric Platform 

Customers can choose between rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive variants, tailoring the driving experience to their preferences.

Diverse Drive Option 

The EV9 delivers a range of power options, with varying horsepower outputs and acceleration times, showcasing the blend of efficiency and performance.

Performance Prower

The EV9 presents a range of innovative features, including sustainable interior materials, hands-free driving capability, fingerprint recognition, and a modern and eco-friendly design ethos.

Innovative Feature