Kia's second generation K900 luxury sedan is almost ready to welcome the world. Following an advance, mysterious advancement of the great body of the sedan, Kia is now giving us an idea of her luxurious cabin. This could simply be a design sketch, but man, it looks elegant.
The board seems to have a wraparound design, and the door linings appear to have quilted seams. A redesigned steering wheel mixes leather and wood, and the center console seems to have a minimalist approach in terms of buttons and knobs.
Kia says the new K900 will have a 12.3-inch infotainment screen, which will occupy a prominent position at the top of the board. The company also says that the K900 has an intelligent lighting control with proximity sensors, which means that several parts of the center console will only light up when the driver's hand reaches the desired switch. Ambient lighting will be abundant throughout the cabin, and Kia confirms that the K900 will offer 64 different color options and 7 color themes.
Originally we expected to see the 2019 K900 at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this month, but obviously, that did not happen. does not happen Sales are expected to start in the second quarter of 2018, a debut at the New York Auto Show later this month is a pretty safe bet. Pay attention.