For many reasons, the introduction of the Kia K900 flagship sedan in 2015 reflected several aspects not seen from the South Korean automaker's North American line-up. Debuting as a rear-wheel drive, V-8 powered luxury sedan, the K900 employs an alphanumeric model identity that is widely used by the South Korean auto brand outside North America. Offered in Premium and Luxury trim levels, the Kia K900 boasted a standard leather seating, panoramic sunroof, rain sensing windshield wipers, front and rear camera display as well as a 14-speaker stereo system. Engine power for the 2015 K900 came exclusively from a 5.0-liter V-8 that generated 420 horsepower. For 2016, a Kia K900 added a more affordable six-cylinder model. A gasoline direct injection power unit similar to the V-8, the 311-horsepower 3.8-liter V-6 engine allowed the sedan to achieve 20 miles per gallon in combined city and highway fuel economy. An updated grille, taillights, as well as the addition of UVO Luxury Services allowing remote operations of the K900 are also 2016 enhancements.