2019 Kia K900 has been given the ‘Biermann Effect’


“If you put some nice summer tires on it, you can discover some nice driving talent,” Albert Biermann told the publication.

“As a driver’s car, customers will be satisfied.”

Revealed at the New York motor show in March, the new-generation Kia K900 received a comprehensive overhaul including a redesigned exterior and interior, along with the company’s latest in driver assistance and infotainment technologies.

Available features include a new 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a 12.3-inch central infotainment system, blind-spot monitoring with live video feeds courtesy of the 360-degree camera system, Safe Exit Assist – which alerts the driver if it detects potential hazards when opening any door to get out of the vehicle – and Lane Follow Assist, combining the adaptive cruise control and lane assist functions for semi-autonomous highway driving capability.

Under the skin, Kia has upped the use of structural adhesives to increase rigidity, with torsional stiffness claimed to be 33 per cent higher than the outgoing model. There’s four times the hot-stamped parts in this generation, and 676 feet (206m) of structural adhesives – compared to 279 feet (85m) in its predecessor.

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