Automotive KIA EV9

Published on June 12th, 2024 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


KIA EV9 Electric SUV Priced From RM368,888 Gets 35 Bookings

The all-new Kia EV9, the electric SUV that rewrites the rulebook on electric SUVs with unmatched range, luxurious comfort, and the power to explore further.

Forget about petrol stations and range anxiety as the EV9 boasts unrivalled distance that lets you conquer cityscapes or escape to untouched landscapes. And when it’s time to refuel, blistering fast-charging gets you back on the road faster than ever. But the EV9 isn’t just about efficiency, it’s about elevating every journey.

This is more than an electric SUV, this is the all-new Kia EV9.

Order yours today and be among the first to witness the future.

Visit the Kia Roadshow at the TRX Exchange from 11th – 16th June 2024 to see the EV9 up close and discover how it can redefine your journeys.

With confirmed 35 solid bookings, it looks like this all electric KIA luxury SUV will be overtaking its European electric SUV rivals very soon.


By the way, this large all electric SUV is available in two GT-line variants with differing number of seats, this all-electric large SUV lands in Malaysia from South Korea with a price tag that starts from RM368,888 for the seven-seater and RM373,888 for the six-seater.

Interestingly, the EV9 is sold with either six or seven seats. The latter configuration features a 60:40 split-folding bench in the second row with one-touch sliding function, while the six-seat trim nets two individual electrically-operated Relaxion thrones with built-in Ottomans.

Additionally, both variants of this large all-electric SUV will pack a 99.8 kWh lithium-ion battery powering a motor on each axle, which in turn delivers 380 hp and 700 Nm of torque, and more importantly up to 505 km of driving range from a single charge (based on the WLTP test cycle).

Giood to know that the EV9 can take up to 350 kW from a DC charger to go from a 10-80% state of charge in 24 minutes. AC charging on the other hand peaks at just 11 kW, with a full charge requiring over 10 hours.

The flexibility of its Integrated Charging Control Unit (ICCU) charging system nevertheless enables the vehicle-to-load (V2L) function, which can supply up to 3.6 kWh of power from the vehicle’s battery for the operation of lifestyle electronic accessories

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