KIA Debuts K900, Optima and Sedona at 2018 New York International Auto Show
Kia debuted the reimagined K900, a refreshed Optima and an upgraded Sedona at the New York International Auto Show being held March 30th through April 8th.
The 2nd generation K900 establishes a new standard for luxury. It is the most technologically advanced Kia ever manufactured, with an array of systems and safety features.
- Classically drawn exterior inspired by ‘Gravity of Prestige’ design concept
- Wrap-around cabin touts sophisticated materials and a wide array of high-tech features and upscale amenities
- K900 offers superb ride quality and ‘confident comfort’
- Standard UVO luxe1 embedded telematics allow remote start and HVAC control features
The K900 combines a sophisticated exterior design, a beautifully crafted cabin of premium materials, and performance characteristics one would expect in a world-class flagship sedan.
Learn more about the all-new 2019 K900 luxury sedan.
2019 KIA Optima
A refreshed Kia Optima places among the best of midsize sedans. New interior and exterior design cues, expanded ADAS technology, and a new UVO infotainment strategy are pivotal improvements. Drives can also enjoy European-inspired red and black two-tone sports leather-trimmed seats, alloy wheel choices, ambient LED interior lighting and the new Passion Red color.
Assembled in the U.S. in West Point, Georgia, the 2019 Optima will go on sale later this year
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2019 Kia Sedona
Subtle, but significant upgrades include visual enhancements, a more seamless driving experience, and improved fuel efficiency.
Kia safety technologies take center stage in the Sedona. In addition to Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Smart Cruise Control with Stop & Go (SCC), Rear Cross Traffic Collision Warning (RCW), Blind Spot Collision Warning (BCW), and Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) Sedona now offers Driver Attention Warning (DAW). FCA is designed to help detect and alert the driver of a collision risk and automatically apply the brakes in certain situations. DAW is designed to detect when driver concentration has waned by monitoring vehicle and driving behavior. If driver fatigue or inattentive driving is detected, the system issues visual and audible warnings, including a coffee cup icon in the instrument cluster, to encourage the driver to take a break. With the new additions, the Sedona is expected to earn the prestigious Top Safety Pick + rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) when equipped with optional Forward Collision Warning for the 2019 model year.
Learn more about the 2019 Kia Sedona