According to South Korean sources, and looking to a many spy shots we found on the latest months, we thought that an improved Kia K9 was on the works. Now we have the confirmation that Kia Motors will release a revamped version of its flagship K9 sedan next month.
[ads id=”0″ style=”float:left;padding:9px;”]Kia said on Sunday that the interior and exterior were newly modified with more upscale touches in a bid to compete with other luxury sedans such as Hyundai’s Equus, Mercedes-Benz’s S-Class, and BMW’s 7 Series.
Waiting for the refreshed K9 and the next-generation Optima-K5, Kia local sales are holding thanks to its Carnival minivan and latest modified Sorento SUV sales (both cars are selling rapidly), preventing a bigger drop in the total figures. Kia’s market share has recovered from 25.4 percent in June to 30.1 percent in September.