On the court, he is a ten-time NBA All-Star and the most popular athlete in the U.S.; away from the arena he is a philanthropist, businessman and trendsetter; and today, LeBron James proudly includes a Kia K900 – the brand’s first-ever rear-drive luxury sedan – among his fleet of exotic automobiles. (more…)
We have learn a lot of new things with Soon-Nam Lee’s interview, how Kia plans to move forward with a brand that is rapidly growing not only on sales but also in technology, design and quality. Not too long ago we also had the opportunity to test drive the Kia K900, Kia’s flagship luxury sedan.
This is a car that we were expecting from Kia since Peter Schreyer took over and started redesigning the new Kia models. On December 17, 2010 the South Korean manufacture decided to discontinue the Amanti/Opirus, a car that was able to win some awards and also get the good rating on the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), for a new creation that will attract a new type of car buyer to Kia.
It was only a matter of time until this car was going to be sold here, in the USA. In 2012 this car was first sold in South Korea with the name of K9 then to different markets under Quoris. For the USA and Canada market it was decided to call this car the Kia K900, a very powerful car that will bring new features that no other Kia car has brought so far.
A report from Edmunds-Inside Line said that Kia dealers and their employees, some who have spent decades successfully selling mass-market econoboxes, are learning how to sell a $60,000 luxury sedan to a Mercedes-Benz owner. (more…)
The all-new 2015 K900 is poised to challenge the RWD luxury sedan segment with world-class accommodations, premium driving dynamics and stunning design that will redefine consumer perception and expectations about Kia, and Morpheus from “The Matrix” explains flagship’s features like the V8 420 hp engine, Blind-Spot Detection, Lane Departure Warning, among other things. (more…)