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Kia‘s latest all-electric vehicle is the big EV9. Although details are scarce at this time, more information should be released about the big three-row SUV soon. Expect the EV9 to be larger than Kia’s other three-row SUV, the Telluride. The EV9 is slated to carry 6 or 7 passengers depending on trim configuration.

The interior of the EV9 is fairly conventional and resembles that of Kia’s other electric vehicles, like the EV6. It has a twin screen set-up that features a mix hard and touchscreen controls. We’re not sure if the cool swivel-seats in the second row will it make to production for North America, but we hope they do.

2024 Kia EV9 First Drive Review: First of Its Kind

There aren’t a whole lot of firsts left in the automotive industry.

So it’s kind of a big deal—literally—that Kia has brought us to Arizona to drive this, the 2024 EV9. What you’re looking at is the first mainstream three-row electric vehicle. Whether you see it as an electric Telluride, Kia’s continued march upmarket, or both, this new flagship promises a compelling battery-powered family hauler proposition.

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5 SUVs the Kia EV9 Will Compete With

The thing about being first to market is you don’t technically have competition.

That’s the case for the 2024 Kia EV9. When we finally drove the hugely anticipated three-row, non-luxury-brand EV earlier this month, even brand reps struggled to come up with direct competitors. We know that just about anybody shopping a mid-sized SUV around $60,000 or so is unlikely to be looking at a single vehicle however, so we’ve rounded up five competitors that we believe are the new kid’s toughest adversaries.

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2024 Kia EV9: Seven Seats, 300 Miles, Soon To Be Made In Georgia

It’s officially official. Here are all the details on Kia’s seven-passenger EV.

Kia has teased, either via concept or official spy shot, the details about its seven-passenger EV; the EV9. Now, it’s here in all of its glory, it has made its official North American production debut at the 2023 New York International Auto Show. Soon, it’ll be rolling right into US and Canadian dealerships.

The EV9 is more than just a big EV SUV, which is a pretty important milestone in its own right. It’s part of Kia’s Plan S strategy, and the vehicle will act as the flagship for the entire lineup. “With the launch of the EV9, we are incorporating our experience in producing brilliantly designed, best-in-class SUVs with our deep expertise in developing the industry’s leading EVs,” said Sean Yoon, president, and CEO, of Kia North America. So, Kia put the expertise that it learned by building EVs like the Niro EV and EV6, into the EV9. The brand focused on important things like interior room, cargo, fast charging speeds, and even towing capability.

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Kia Releases More Details On EV9; Up To 336 Miles Of Range

We’ve got some more details about Kia’s fully-electric family hauler.

We already know what the Kia EV9 looks like. It’s boxy, cool, and ready to be probably the first entrant on sale in the mainstream EV 7-seater class. Yet, when Kia dropped the pictures, the brand didn’t give us much else. Until now; Kia has released a few more pictures and details about the forthcoming EV9 crossover.

Yet again, like the Kia EV6, Hyundai Ioniq 5, Hyundai Ioniq 6, and Genesis GV60, the EV9 uses the same E-GMP platform that underpins those smaller models. Likewise, it has the same 800V architecture that allows for ultra-fast DC fast charging. In all, Kia is aiming for 336 miles of range, albeit that’s based on the fairly generous WLTP cycle.

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Detailed Specs


$54,900 - $73,900


Single Motor / Dual Motor


215 hp / 379 hp


258 lb-ft / 516 lb-ft.




Single-Motor Automatic

Efficiency (city/hwy)


Cargo Capacity

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