Kia launched its latest electric car on Wednesday. Introducing the EV9 Did. The three-row electric car will come in seven-seater and six-seater configurations, with the main change being in the middle row. For the first time, the company has offered four seating options in the second row, which include three-seater bench seats, basic-type, relaxation-type and swivel-type two-seater independent seats.
Talking about the specifications, the electric drivetrain of the EV9 is based on the modular E-GMP platform and uses Kia’s fourth generation battery technology. It gets a 76.1kWh battery pack, which will be offered exclusively with the rear-wheel-drive standard model, while the 99.8kWh battery pack option will be available on both the rear-wheel-drive long-range and all-wheel-drive variants. would fit.
The most powerful variant will be all-wheel-drive, with an electric motor system making 380bhp and 600Nm of torque, allowing it to accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in just six seconds. Kia claims that the electric car can deliver an estimated WLTP range of 541 km on a single charge. Once the battery is drained, the battery pack can be charged to run up to 239 km in just 15 minutes.
The EV9 gets conditional level three autonomous technology, which includes the Highway Driving Pilot feature. This allows the driver to put the vehicle on auto pilot for a brief rest.