2019 Kia K900 Aims to Deliver a New Standard for Luxury

The Korean automaker’s flagship sedan is set to go on sale in the U.S. during the fourth quarter of 2018 and was conceived and created in Kia’s design studio in Korea, with collaboration from the Irvine, California-based studio. The second-generation K900 hopes to bring a new definition of premium luxury to the Kia brand, measuring slightly longer and wider than its predecessor. Kia says its designers were inspired by a design ethic they call “The Gravity of Prestige” when it came to styling the new K900.

Up front, the sedan gets a new “Quadric pattern” signature grille, which features 176 jewel-like “cells” within the grille. The design of the duplex headlamps was inspired by the trajectory of light, while above the units is a floating hood design that emphasizes the length, volume, and balanced proportions of the car. There’s a nice touch of satin chrome running along the base of the doors, while detailed 19-inch wheels give the K900 a fitting stance. Read more about the 2019 Kia K900...

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09 May 2018

By Jason Siu