Did you hear the news? The K900 takes little from its ancestor. Riding on a new chassis shared with the Genesis G80 / G90, the new K900 is both bigger and more extensive than the current model, with shorter front and rear overhangs. These extents, along with a more drawn out wheelbase, help to maximize passenger space and allow the K900 to achieve classic RWD extents (although it will come just with all-wheel drive in the United States). In the engine, a twin-turbocharged 3.3-liter V-6 motor also found in the Kia Stinger GT makes 365 torque compared with the active V-6’s 311 horses. The outside structure is increasingly special, with a “Quadric pattern” grille and a twofold bar light signature. Thicker glass helps make for a tranquil cabin, the better to appreciate the 17-speaker Harman/Kardon stereo that possible will be standard in U.S. models. Ambient interior lighting in 64 hues and a Lacroix– branded dashclock add a pinch of selectiveness, as does the open-pore wood that can now be picked to trim the dash, focus support, and entryway panels. The wood-look material that adorns the guiding wheel edge is less persuading. The rear seats are comfortable fauteuils, adjustable up to 14 ways. Locate the best deals for new automotive leases near Long Island, Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan, just at Signature Auto Group. Discover your deal today and get your new lease conveyed immediately, experience the easiest way to get the most reduced rates on auto leases in NYC at www.SignatureAutoGroup.com.