The visuals pretty much confirm what we already knew from previous spy images and various sketches. Compared to its predecessor, the all-new K900 will boast a more elegant exterior, with a lot of chrome inserts, front, rear and profile.
Meanwhile, headlight and taillight graphics are very similar, the wheels feature a 10 twin-spoke design and the profile gains a design element similar in shape to a paddle – the BMW 7-Series is rocking one of those too, albeit more of a hockey stick.
Korean customers will be able to order their K900 (K9 over there) with a choice of 7 exterior colors, ranging from white, silver, black, blue, brown and two shades of grey. Whether the same color palette reaches U.S. customers, remains to be seen.
The interior design is just like it was in the sketches, with a quad-spoke multi-function steering wheel, a massive 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment display (looks even bigger than we thought), and an overall minimalist interior layout, which you can get in multiple color combinations.
Three power units will be made available to the all-new K900, including a twin-turbo 3.3-liter V6 T-GDI engine, joined by a 3.8-liter GDi and the larger 5.0-liter V8. While the 2019 K900 will indeed come with an all-wheel drive system, it seems like you can only get it on one of the V6 variants.
As for pricing, Korean customers will be able to buy the entry-level 3.8 GDi model from 54,900,000 Won ($51,057), whereas the flagship 5.0-liter V8 will set them back as much as 93,800,000 Won ($87,234).
The 2019 Kia K900 is still on track for its debut at this year’s NY Auto Show, next week, with sales scheduled to commence anywhere between April and June (Q2) in select markets.