Kia's EV9 is a 3-row electric SUV with upholstery made of recycled plastic

While at the 2021 LA Auto Show, Kia revealed a new electric vehicle concept called the EV9 SUV. It's built on Hyundai's Electric-Global Modular Platform. (image credit: Kia)
It offers an estimated range of up to 300 miles. Unfortunately, Kia hasn't said whether the EV9 will make it into production, so it's a concept vehicle for now. (image credit: Kia)
The Kia EV9 is a three-row electric SUV measuring 194 inches in length, 81 inches in width, 70 inches in height. It has a wheelbase of 122 inches. (image credit: Kia)
It packs a very spacious interior - one that's commanded by a 27-inch central touch creen. Kia said it also included a "pop-up steering pad". (image credit: Kia)
In terms of the overall design, the EV9 SUV is inspired by water and sports an exterior colour that "mimics the expansive depth of the ocean".  (image credit: Kia)
The reconfigurable seats inside even have upholstery made of recycled plastic bottles and wool, and the flooring comes from discarded fishing nets. (image credit: Kia)

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