Kia has officially unveiled the new K900 flagship sedan during the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, in a premiere.
The new Kia K900 has been previewed just last month and now the company has decided to officially pull the wraps off its body during the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. The model in question is coming with the same 119.9-inch wheelbase as the Hyundai Equus and it has the 63.8-inch front and 64.1-inch rear tracks. The Kia K900 also has a five-link fully independent front and rear suspension, adaptive LED headlights, fog lights and much more.
The cabin of the Kia K900 has received a three-spoke leather wrapped steering wheel, a 16-way power adjustable driver’s seat, 17-speaker 900-watt Lexicon sound system, an inverted subwoofer fitted to the rear parcel shelf, 12-channel amplifier mounted in the trunk, front and rear park assist sensors and camera, Rear Cross Traffic Alert system, lane departure warning, radar-based Advanced Smart Cruise Control, Advanced Vehicle Safety Management and others.
Power to the new Kia K900 will be provided by a 3.8 liter Lamba V6 engine, which is producing a total output of 311 HP (232 kW), or by an optional 5.0 liter V8 Tau unit, generating 420 HP (313 kW). Kia says that both units can be mated to the brand new 8-speed transmission, which will send power to the rear-wheel drive. Additional details on the Kia K900, including its price list, will probably be announced close to its launch.