The 2019 Kia K900 appears to have leaked ahead of its debut, with sharp-eyed car enthusiasts photographing it on the back of a flatbed.
These images were making their rounds on Twitter today and while extremely grainy, show the new K900 completely uncovered. Not surprisingly, the full-size sedan’s design stays true to the sketches Kia released earlier this month, with rounded headlights and taillights and a beltline seam splitting the car just beneath the side windows. There’s also integrated dual exhaust outlets, multi-spoke alloy wheels and an abundance of chrome trim.
Kia today released a sketch of the interior of the new K900, showing a Mercedes-Benz inspired horizontal dash, along with a floating infotainment screen, digital gauge cluster and diamond-quilted leather upholstery. The full-size sedan is expected to share Hyundai/Kia’s large architecture with the Genesis G80 and G90, and should also utilize the automaker’s 3.3-liter Lambda V6.
The 2019 Kia K900 is said to debut in April, but we may just see it rear its head at the 2018 New York International Auto Show later this month.
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