At the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Kia revealed their monster-powered K900 with an output approaching 650 horsepower. Fitted with a Garrett 2871R twin-turbo boosting the K900’s 5.0-liter V8 engine it deserves the title of “High-Performance.”
To accompany the new boost in performance, KIA developed a custom body kit with carbon-fiber inserts, blacked-out chrome trim and 21-inch gloss black wheels to give it a sleek and powerful look. The K900 also has a lowered Eibach suspension and eight-piston brakes with 15-inch cross-drilled rotors.
The interior is donned with tan leather and black suede accents. Monitors are mounted in the seatbacks, and the trunk is specifically designed to store a racing suit and helmet.
Sound too good to be true? That’s because the “High Performance” K900 is only a SEMA show car, and KIA holds no future plans for production of this concept, but it is still a sight to behold and shows us that KIA has a lot more in store. Visit Jim Butler Kia for the latest updates on all New Kia Models and the K900!