Kia has detailed the exterior and interior design of the EV9, its electric flagship SUV.

Built on Kia’s Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), the SUV’s long wheelbase and flat EV architecture have enabled a larger interior space. Leveraging this space, the SUV will be offered in six and seven-seat formats, with both models offering three rows of seating.

Occupants in the first and second-row seats can simultaneously recline their seats while the EV9 is charging. The seats in the second row can also be turned around so that occupants in those seats can interact with those sitting in the third row. The third-row seats, meanwhile, offer cup holders and charging ports for mobile devices.

The EV9’s infotainment system is led by 12.3-inch touch screens and a 5.0-inch segment display that control the vehicle’s functions while minimizing the number of physical controls present in the vehicle. This dual-touchscreen setup is referred to as the audio visual, navigation and telematics (AVNT) screen, with the OEM highlighting its ability to support enhanced digital user experiences. Underneath it, an array of hidden touch buttons provides a start/stop function along with controls for the EV9’s HVAC system. An accompanying center console offers a storage compartment at its base.

Kia has confirmed that the EV9 will make its full debut at a global premiere in late March – where further details about the model are expected to be revealed.