Having good readers is an asset any publication should be proud of. Just check what Car and Driver obtained with that. One of the American magazine’s readers received a customer survey that presented several specifications of a future three-row electric SUV that Telluride owners could be interested in buying. Everything points out to the Kia EV9.

The survey presents five trim levels for the new vehicle. They start at $56,000 and come with rear-wheel drive, 220 miles of range, 200 hp, 250 pound-feet, and an acceleration time from 0 to 60 mph (97 kph) in 8.5 seconds. If you pay $61,000, the vehicle comes with a larger (and undisclosed) battery pack that provides 290 miles of range, a lower acceleration time of 8.1 s, and a towing capacity of 2,000 pounds.

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New Kia EV9 Flagship To Cost Between $56,000 and $73,000 And Have 290 Mile Range

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