Kia shows EV9 silhouette in new teaser

Kia shows EV9 silhouette in new teaser

  • Kia released two teaser images and two videos Upcoming EV9 SUV,
  • The images leave a lot to the imagination and give nothing more than a glimpse of the front lighting scheme and a dark silhouette.
  • Despite being quite brief, the videos show much more of the SUV and see a playful animation of the headlights waking up as well as a rear shot of the taillights.

Kia, like every other automaker, is preparing for a future filled with electric vehicles. Next up in Kia’s battery-powered lineup is the EV9 electric SUV, and the manufacturer has released two new teaser images and two new teaser videos ahead of the model’s debut later this month.

Preview for Kia teases new EV9 SUV

The images leave a lot to the imagination, but confirm what previous spy shots lead us to believe. A video shows what looks to be a playful startup sequence from the headlights, with multiple pixelated lights coming to life before the tall LEDs on the outer edge of the fascia. The second video shows the door handles being flattened against the front of the car’s body, which is likely to help with aero to boost the EV range.

2024 Kia ​​EV9


Kia has confirmed that it will reveal more details about the car’s interior and exterior in the coming weeks, with final production details for the car to be revealed by the end of the month. Kia claims a 300-mile driving range for the EV9 and says the SUV will also be able to charge at 350-kilowatt fast-charging stations. We don’t know yet what size battery pack will be offered, but the EV9 will use the brand’s E-GMP platform, which also underpins the current EV6.

Kia teases new EV9 SUV

A survey sent to current Telluride owners offers some clues about EV9 specs. This suggested that pricing for the base variant could start around $56,000, with higher trims coming in closer to $75,000. It also suggested that range for the EV9 would be between 220 and 290 miles, while powertrain output would go from 200 horses in the base model to 400 ponies in the top trim.

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Jack Fitzgerald’s love for cars stems from an unsettled yet unstoppable addiction to Formula 1.
After a brief stint as a detailer for a local dealership group in college, he knew he needed a more sustainable way to drive all the new cars he couldn’t afford and turned to auto writing. I decided to pursue my career. By bugging his college professors at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, he was able to travel to Wisconsin looking for stories in the auto world before getting his dream job. car and driver, His new goal is to delay the inevitable demise of his 2010 Volkswagen Golf.

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