Kia has announced the pricing for the second-generation 2019 Kia K900 flagship sedan, which has been completely revamped as the brand tries to attract more luxury buyers. The 2019 K900 starts at $60,895, which is a big price bump compared to the last generation K900.
The K900 skipped the 2018 model year, but the 2017 model started at $50,850, but the 2019 K900 does get a bunch of new features that might justify the price increase. For starters, the 2019 K900 comes standard with a rear-biased all-wheel drive system, while the outgoing model came standard with rear-wheel drive.
The 2019 K900 is powered by the same 365-hp 3.3L turbocharged V6 as the Stinger, which replaces the old 3.8L V6. The K900 also now comes standard with Nappa leather seats, a 9.7-inch head-up display, heated rear seats and an interior ambient lighting system. The available VIP Package costs $4,000 and it adds ventilated rear seats, a 12.3-inch LCD instrument cluster, tri-zone climate control, rear wireless phone charging and a front-passenger chauffer seat switch.