The latest news comes from a car manufacturer from South Korea. As we know, South Korea is also one of the countries affected by the corona virus which is quite severe. And this also affects the automotive sales sector. One of them is what Kia is currently experiencing. Kia sold 644,102 vehicles from January to March and was down 0.9 percent from 649,896 units in the same period last year. This decline was caused by none other than the COVID-19 pandemic which is also targeting the stability of the automotive industry.
Recently, Kia stated that they would soon carry out a facelift on one of their car models, namely the Kia Quoris. The facelift of this large sedan is expected to be the right step to increase sales amid the decline due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kia Quoris, also known as the Kia K900 or K9 in several countries, is currently available in three engine options. The three engine options include a 3,800 cc petrol engine, a 3,300 cc turbo engine and a 5,000 cc petrol engine.
This luxurious model from Kia gets freshness such as LED headlights, 360-degree camera system, Lexicon audio system, Nappa leather upholstery and heated steering wheel. Faced with luxury sedans from Germany such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi, in the luxury sedan segment, Kia Quoris will compete with its rivals. The powerful sedan is also exported to the United States and uses the latest eight-speed transmission, which the South Korean manufacturer has revealed. For the price itself, the latest Kia Quoris models start at 54 million won or US $ 44,000 (equivalent to around Rp.700 million), depending on the model chosen.