With a reinterpreted tiger nose design on the front, the Concept EV9 features slim LED lights and displays the new company logo on the hood. The angular styling of the fenders, roof and tailgate is complemented by the muscular appearance of the whole. At the rear, it has slim LED taillights and a chunky liner attached to the bumper and gives a Volvo XC40 vibe. The 22-inch machined wheels also contribute to the geometric look.
Moving on to the cockpit, the show car has a multimodal layout. The Active ensures that the driver and passengers have the best driving experience while the vehicle is in motion. Pause folds down the second row, converts into a table, and allows occupants to face each other in the first and third rows in a lounge-like arrangement, with light coming from the panoramic roof. Enjoy transforms it back into three seats and opens the tailgate to allow occupants to connect with the outside environment. Green materials, such as recycled fishing nets and vegan leather, were used in the construction.
Under the futuristic skin, the Concept EV9 uses the Global Electric Modular Platform (E-GMP). The architecture is also shared with the EV6, Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Genesis GV60 models, as well as with the recently unveiled Hyundai SEVEN concept. The study can travel up to 300 miles (483 km) on a single charge, and the battery can be charged 10-80% in 20-30 minutes via a 350 kW charger, Kia said, without revealing more technical details. Nonetheless, we do know that it is previewing the brand’s flagship zero-emission crossover, which will sit at the top of the lineup, along with the Telluride.