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Kia has just revealed a big and brutish follow-up to the EV6 with an electric SUV called the Concept EV9. The boxy and angular silhouette is based on the brand's E-GMP platform and showcases their new "Opposites United" design language. One of the biggest design highlights is the "Tiger Face" facade, which has been fully updated with an all-digital look that displays a star cloud pattern when the EV9 is idle and displays various animations such as a "welcome light" pattern and can also adaptively position lights when driving. 

When it comes to range, Kia is aiming for up to 300 miles on a single charge and it uses high-speed charging tech with a 350kW charger and an advanced battery electric powertrain that can get from 10% to 80% in about 20 to 30 minutes. A couple of other highlights include retractable roof rails that go back into the roof for a more flush surface to improve airflow and a spacious interior that is designed to deliver the comfort of a first-class lounge.

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