After the vehicle company Hyundai revealed its electric vehicle Ioniq concept, KIA launched the EV9 concept as a midsize three-row electric SUV featuring a low-poly body, rear suicide doors, and wild interiors that make it quite a radical offering. As per the reports, the KIA EV9 is almost the size of the existing Telluride SUV.
The KIA EV9 is based on the E-GMP platform and has a battery on the floor whose full charge supports up to 300 miles (482 kilometres). The EV9 has a powerful DC fast-charging system that can charge it from 10% to 80% in 20 to 30 minutes.
The EV comes with a 27-inch centrally placed front screen fixed to the dash. Other highlights of the EV9 include that the first and third rows of the vehicle can pivot 180 degrees, while the second row can fold flat to form a table. This format allows the car to transform into a lounge-like space.
Kia further adds that the EV9 uses sustainably sourced materials for the cabin. The electric vehicle also gets vegan leather surfaces to accompany its recycled fishnet flooring and upholstery stitched from recycled plastic bottles and wool fiber.
The company said that it is going to be placed above the compact EV6 crossover. Reports suggest that the official debut of the car will take place at the LA Auto Show, where it will be on display until November 28, 2021.