2015 Kia K900 Fuel Economy Ratings Released

The Kia K900 is the brand’s flagship luxury sedan that is platform mates with the Hyundai Genesis, making it no surprise that K900 nets the same fuel economy ratings with a best of 27 mpg highway. 

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Kia K900 Set to Debut at LA Auto Show

Kia has confirmed that its K900 sedan will make its official North American debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.

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Kia 'K900' Tipped as Name of US-bound RWD Luxury Sedan

Kia has confirmed to its dealers that the rear-wheel-drive Quoris sedan will be heading to North America as the K900 early next year.

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2013 Kia K7 Unveiled, Heading to US as Cadenza

At a recent event in South Korea, Kia unveiled its 2013 K7 model which is rumored to be heading to America as the Cadenza.

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2014 Kia Quoris Spotted in Canada

Kia‘s flagship sedan was spotted today in the wild at Kia’s Canadian HQ. In fact, we managed to get up close and personal with the Korean automakers Kia’s 7-series fighting luxury vehicle.

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Kia Luxury Flagship Will Be Called Quoris

Kia has confirmed that when its rear-drive luxury sedan is exported, it will be called the Quoris.

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Kia Details Future Flagship In-Car Technology

Following last week’s find about the Kia K9’s haptic control knob, more details have arrived from  Kia about this new system. Here is exactly how the rotary control knob will work in the Korean company’s new flagship. 

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Kia K9 to Ditch Touchscreen, Get Force Feedback Control Knob

The upcoming luxury-oriented Kia K9 luxury sedan will get quite a few nice touches, literally. The infotainment system in the K9 will incorporate a force-feedback rotary knob, which is a first for a Kia vehicle.

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Kia K9 to Wear Cadenza Badge in North America

When the Kia K9 does launch in North America, perhaps as early as this year, it will bring with it a badge used by the brand in other markets: Cadenza.

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Kia K9 Edging Closer to US Debut?

Well, if photos of K9’s tooling around Southern California with state manufacturer plates are any indication, the answer would likely be yes. 

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Kia K9 Flagship Sedan Now on Sale in Korea

The Kia K9 is the Korean brands first venture into the luxury car segment, and it is now officially on sale in Korea. 

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Kia K9 Interior Photos and TV Commercials Released

The Kia K9 will be the Korean brands first attempt at a true luxury car, and the first official interior pictures and TV commercials have been released by the company. 

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Kia K9 Design Explained by Peter Schreyer – Video

The Kia K9 will be the Korean automaker’s flagship luxury sedan, flaunting design lines from Peter Schreyer who has undoubtedly helped transform Kia’s modern day lineup.

Schreyer, who is widely known for his design contributions to the Audi TT model, became the chief design officer at Kia Motors in 2006. Kia’s automobiles haven’t looked the same since then — in a good way.

In a recent video, Peter Schreyer explains the design behind the new Kia K9 rear-wheel drive luxury sedan. This is the Korean automaker’s first rear-wheel drive luxury sedan that will be built on the same platform as the Hyundai Genesis sedan and Equus models.

Watch the video of Peter Schreyer sketching the Kia K9 after the break.

[Source: Carscoop]

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Kia K9 Luxury Sedan Revealed: Geneva Motor Show Debut

Taking inspiration from the wild GT Concept, Kia has revealed the initial photos of its very first rear-drive luxury sedan.

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Kia K9 Revealed Caught on Video Driving

The Kia K9, code named the KH, is Kia’s sister car to the Hyundai Equus and Genesis, and will be the brand’s first attempt at an upscale rear wheel drive sedan.

We get a full view of the K9 for the first time, out driving in what we assume is South Korea, instead of just  spy photos.

Calling the K9 upscale seems warranted: It seems to be taking design cues from the German luxury car makers BMW and Mercedes. Based on the look we get in these videos, it seems like the K9 will be heavily related to the Hyundai’s Genesis and Equus sedans, though that is purely speculative. We’re guessing the K9 will be run by a 4.6-liter V8, which makes 385 hp sourced from the Genesis, or a larger 5.0-liter V8 that can produce as much as 429 hp.

“This all-new rear-wheel drive large sedan will definitely become the leading model of our lineup around the world, showcasing the best of the best of Kia,” Kia marketing executive Soon-Nam Lee said.

The K9 will likely be on sale in Korea later this year, with the worldwide shipment probably coming by early-to-mid 2013.

Watch the videos of the new K9 below.

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