When will the Kia K900 get a redesign?

By Product Expert | Posted in Kia K900, Kia News on Friday, March 9th, 2018 at 10:14 pm
2018 Kia K900 black side view

What’s new for the 2019 Kia K900?

Have you been waiting for the Kia K900 to get a new look? The 2018 model pictured above is already beautiful, but it’s also been with us since 2012. With a new model year around the corner, people are already asking what’s new for the 2019 Kia K900, and we got some news for you. Everything is new because for 2019 the K900 is getting a full redesign.

2018 Kia K900 silver top viewWhat is the Kia K900?

The Kia K900 is actually a prestigious luxury model. With a base price of $49,900, it is also the most expensive Kia model currently in production. With more available horsepower than even the Kia Stinger with a V8 420-horsepower engine, it is actually the most powerful too.

When it comes to the 2019 model, not much is known other than it’s getting a redesign. Everything from engine specs to price could change dramatically, so if you are waiting for that 2019 model, then take all the above numbers with a grain of salt. Though we know very little, we do have a good idea of what it will look like, and it’s stunning.

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What will the 2019 K900 look like?

2019 Kia K900 concept front view
2019 Kia K900 concept back view

As you can see in the above pictures, pretty much everything about the exterior appearance of the K900 has changed. Though these are concept drawings, you can expect the final product to stay true to most aspects of the design.

This new design adopts a “Quadratic Pattern” grille which gives the K900 the appearance of motion even when standing still. The headlights are also striking with a dual comet pattern that is also reflected in the gorgeous new taillights.

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When will the 2019 K900 be available?

Currently, the 2019 K900 is set to go on sale in the second quarter of 2018 in “select markets.” As it is designed partially in the U.S., we wholeheartedly expect it to come stateside as the current K900 did, but firm details are not yet available. With upcoming auto shows, including one in New York City, hopefully we will have more details soon. Until then, we have some stylish concept drawings to look at.

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