KIA has revealed pricing for its new Kia EV9 flagship three-row electric SUV which will cost from £64,995 when it arrives in the UK early in 2024..
Kia will offer three grades, Air, GT-Line and GT-Line S, each with a three-row, seven-seat layout as standard.
All three models offer a 99.8 kWh long-range battery pack with heat pump, and with it the ability to drive up to more than 300 miles from a single charge.
The rear-wheel-drive Air versions have a range of up to 336 miles while the GT-Line EV9 is priced from £72,495.
The six-seat GT-Line S with second-row swivel seats costs from £78,745.
Both GT-Line versions have twin electric motors driving all four wheels and are rated at 308 miles on a full charge.
Kia's ultra-fast charging technology means every version of the EV9 can be recharged from 10-to-80 per cent in as little as 25 minutes when plugged into a 350kW high-powered charger.
The first UK customer deliveries of the EV9 GT-Line S will start from January 2024, with Air and GT-Line models due to follow later.