Kia teases bold and sustainable EV9 SUV with new video clips

Matt Brand
March 2, 2023
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Kia Corporation has released a set of teaser video clips of its upcoming Kia EV9, the brand's dedicated battery electric SUV. The EV9 is expected to accelerate Kia's transformation into a sustainable mobility solutions provider in the era of electrification.

The teaser video showcases a silhouette of the flagship SUV model, featuring its prominent front and sleek body surfaces. The video also gives a preview of the EV9's sleek and sculptural design and confident and assertive geometry.

The name "EV9" comes from Kia's EV nomenclature, pairing the prefix "EV" (electric vehicle) with the number "9" (nine), representing the model's segment among Kia's dedicated electric vehicle lineup.

Like the Kia EV6, the EV9 is built upon the company's dedicated battery electric vehicle platform, Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP).

Kia will fully reveal both the exterior and interior design in mid-March, with the product information being fully disclosed during the Kia EV9 World Premiere in late March.

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