New Kia EV9 electric flagship revealed

Along with its enhanced comfort and spacious cabin, there’s a lot to like about the new contract hire Kia EV9 electric flagship.

Among the new features is a model that offers three rows of seats for the first time which, Kia says, shows fresh design and thinking behind the brand’s growing popularity.

Also, the EV9 has been built on the firm’s new ‘electric global modular platform’ to deliver athletic performance and great handling.

The new model also features a raft of new technology including a hybrid driving pilot which offers level III autonomous driving in some countries.

The new contract hire Kia EV9 electric flagship has been revealed and features lots of new tech.

Help the Kia EV9 car lease range stand out

But it’s for the 336 miles of driving range that will help the Kia EV9 car lease range stand out in the market.

There’s an ultra-fast charger onboard so drivers can quickly recharge the battery to deliver 150 miles of range in just 15 minutes.

There are more digital services and features, so drivers have a lot of flexibility for their vehicle along with over the air software updates.

The Kia EV9 should be heading to the UK later this year and this is a sizeable car with a spacious cabin.

Drivers will enjoy impressive aerodynamic performance

Kia says that drivers will enjoy impressive aerodynamic performance, and this is an SUV available in either seven- or six-seat configurations.

The first row consists of relaxation seats to deliver what Kia calls a ‘comfortable resting posture’.

The second row includes a three-seater bench and there’s also the option for swivel-type two-seater independent seats too.

Kia also points out that when this SUV is being charged, the occupants in the first and second row of seats can recline together and relax.

Power for the new Kia EV9 comes from a 76.1kWh battery

The power for the new Kia EV9 comes from a 76.1kWh battery in the standard model, while the all-wheel drive and long-range variants come with a 99.8kWh battery.

The performance figures are quite impressive with the standard model sprinting from 0 to 62 mph in 8.2 seconds while the all-wheel drive version has two motors offering 283kWh and torque of 600Nm. Its sprint time is 5.3 seconds.

The autonomous driving system includes 15 sensors that scan around the vehicle to detect objects and it will then take action to avoid a potential collision.

The new Kia EV9 car lease model offers what could be the future for EVS and as a contract hire choice, it needs to be shortlisted.