The 2024 Kia EV9 is poised to be another hit electric vehicle in Kia's lineup, offering a captivating electric SUV option.
The EV9 boasts a spacious three-row layout, providing ample room for passengers and cargo, making it a practical choice for families.
Initially produced in South Korea, production of the EV9 will transition to Kia's West Point, Georgia plant in mid-2024.
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.
Set to replace the Telluride as Kia's flagship model, the EV9 takes on a prominent role in the brand's lineup.
Surpassing the Telluride, the EV9 is larger in terms of length, width, and height, offering abundant passenger space and cargo capacity.
Built on Hyundai-Kia's eGMP platform, the EV9 features an 800-volt electric system for swift charging capabilities.
Customers can choose between rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive variants, tailoring the driving experience to their preferences.
The EV9 delivers a range of power options, with varying horsepower outputs and acceleration times, showcasing the blend of efficiency and performance.
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.