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99.8 kWh


73 000 €


563 Km

Range according to WLTP cycle

150kW /204 hp


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Our test drive of the Kia EV9

Kia EV9 performance

Performance Power Autonomy (WLTP) Usable battery
150 kW
204 hp
563 km
99.8 kWh

Charging the Kia EV9

AC connector

Type 2

Max. power (kW)


Accelerated load AC 0 to 100


DC connector


Max DC power (kW)


DC rapid charge 10 to 80%.


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Dimensions and weight of the Kia EV9

Length Width Height Wheelbase Tare weight
5010 mm
1980 mm
1755 mm
3100 mm
2426 kg


Amortization Battery damping
30,000 INCL. VAT

All about the Kia EV9

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The Kia EV9 is a 100% electric vehicle. The maximum power of the Kia EV9 is 150 kW (204 hp), and it accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 9.4 seconds. 

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The Kia EV9 starts at €73,000 for sale in France. This price includes VAT. This price does not include the ecological bonus, which is deducted when you buy a new clean vehicle in France. In addition to the ecological bonus, you may also be eligible for the conversion bonus and regional grants

Companies also benefit from tax advantages when purchasing a 100% electric vehicle.

Vehicle charging


The Kia EV9 's battery has a total capacity of 99.8 kWh. Range is around 563 km with a 100% charged battery. Actualrange, however, will depend on a number of factors, including climate, road conditions, whether or not air conditioning is used, and driving style.

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About Kia

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Kia is a South Korean automobile manufacturer. Founded in December 1944 by Kyungsung Precision Industry, a manufacturer of steel tubes and bicycle components, Kia produced its first bicycle, the samcholli-ho, in 1951. This model remained in production for nine years. In 1952, Kyungsung Precision Industry changed its name to Kia Industries. In 1998, hit by the Asian crisis, Kia became the property of Hyundai, which bought 51% of its capital. In just a few decades, the two brands have conquered the world, focusing on price, reliability, style and technology. The Hyundai-Kia group is the world's fourth-largest automotive producer, behind Toyota, Volkswagen and General Motors.

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