Kia enjoys its summer with a new and vibrant luxury vehicle!
Actually it is not that new, since it is already known in South Korea as Kia K9, but outside this it will have the name Quoris. A combination between quality and core, this title defines Kia as best as possible.
This will go on sale towards the end of the year in locations like USA, Middle East or China and will feature plenty of options like a warning system -LDWS, radar-based blind-spot detection -BSD with lane change assistance, a monitor with four cameras, head up display and smart cruise control.
Sounds like a good job! Stay tuned for more details!
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Nothing is better than seeing a reinvented car fight its way back on the market. This is the case of Kia Ronda which has stopped its sales starting with the end of 2010, but now, is ready to surprise the audience with a whole new look.
Signed by Peter Schreyer, this Ronda has already been seen in Europe, during some tests. From the spy shots it seems that the guys at Kia have decided to combine some elements from the 2011 Kia GT Concept and our princess, the 2013 Kia K9.
We say that because of the LED-infused headlights, H-shaped grille, and the amazing engines available ( 1.7-liter turbodiesel generating 115 horsepower, 188 pound-feet of torque and a 2.0-liter turbo four with 136 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque).
And from what we have understood, cousin Hyundai will follow the example and have a Ronda of their own.But we will see more of that at the LA Auto Show in November.
So stay tuned!
Great news for the guys in the United States: Kia K9 is one step closer to being a part of your life.
This is the newest piece of information that we know about this beautiful sedan and I am so excited.
According to a snapshot took by a wonderful and thoughtful fan, we can notice that the plates on this one are marked with a vertical “DST,” which means that the car has already been registered to a car company. Yey! At the same time, we can see the “3.8” badge that makes us dream at the 3.8-liter V6 engine that powers this beauty.
Sooooo, fingers crossed! And you will have the raging K9 in no time!
Hey guys, it is Monday again, so we should be more than prepared to start this week strong and wonderful.
Today’s star is Kia K9 which appears naked of all its secrets from the hands of Peter Schreyer .
Although many consider this luxury sedan very similar to the BMW models, we have the video that proves the exact creation process of this wonderful Kia.
From the video and sketches presented we can tell that big wheels are fashionable together with the long wheelbase, which combined create the image of prefect, balanced proportions.
This is followed by the sheet metal to the glass ratio. This means that the tiny glass station conveys the notion of privacy and safety, giving it at the same time sporty allure that we all love.
The long stance, the length of the overhangs and elegant simplicity make Kia K9 a top interest and focus subject among journalists.
And, if you ask me, there is no better conclusion like Peter Schreyer’s : “This combination of power and styling for the K9 is a breakthrough for Kia, and it’s a breakthrough into new customer segments. The K9 signals our ability to be successful in competition with the European luxury brands. And for Kia, our customers, and for me – this car is like a dream.”
Do you agree?
Let’s play a game. What is a luxury sedan, features high-tech head-up display( HUD system) and…..has 4 wheels. You guessed: Kia K9. I bet the last part just made everything clearer to you.
But it is true. Kia K9 will be the awesome “owner” of a full-color head up display system which will project all the important information on the windscreen of the car. But don’t imagine that you will have a cinema on your back seat.
No, the information are about the vehicle’s current speed, navigational data, danger signals, rear and side obstacles, or when the car veers off track.
And in addition to being cool, it will also have an interesting design with full-adaptive headlamps.
Although seen in other luxury cars (BMW, Audi, Lexus) the HUD system is a premiere for the South Korean automaker and will go on sale in South Korea in May.
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