Kia showed a teaser of the new EV9 electric crossover

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Kia showed a teaser of the new electric crossover EV9

The premiere of Kia EV9 will take place in the first quarter of 2023. The model will become the new electric flagship of the South Korean brand.

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Kia is gearing up to unveil its flagship electric model, the EV9 crossover. He will receive three rows of seats and will be the largest car of the brand. The first teaser of the novelty was published on the company's Twitter page.

Kia EV9 should be presented in the first quarter of 2023. The crossover has an unusual futuristic design with rectangular shapes.

The new model will be very similar to the concept of the same name, but will be more restrained. Kia EV9 will be built on the E-GMP platform, like the EV6 crossover.

The length of the novelty will be almost 5 meters, and the wheelbase reaches 3.1 meters. The most spacious cabin among all models of the brand is expected.

So far, Kia has not fully revealed the design of the novelty. They released a short teaser showing the silhouette of the EV9 and its front end with unusual headlights.

The model will be fully revealed during the Auto Expo, which will be held in New Delhi from 12 to 15 January. For the first time, the brand will introduce its new model to the global market in India.

The battery capacity of the crossover is rumored to be more than 77.4 kWh. The power reserve will be more than 500 km on a single charge.