What is K9? - K9 vehicles
What is the relationship between K9 and Kia/Suzuki?
Suzuki GSX-R1000 K9
One of the most popular motorbike is the Suzuki 1000 K9 for example. It is easy to find numerous test about the motorcycle: “It's tempting to think that ever-increasing levels of motorcycle performance will tend to produce greater compromises in driveability, comfort and ease of use. But the latest crop of 1000-cc sportbikes is beginning to make that supposition look ill-founded. And that's certainly true when it comes to the 2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000 K9. This Suzuki somehow combines mind-boggling performance, slick ergonomics and, yes, even refinement. Let's take a ride. - Barry Winfield”
You could be forgiven for thinking very little has changed with Suzuki’s latest GSX-R 1000. After a passing glance at the NEC show, and with the R1 stealing all the media hype, I for one spent the winter assuming nothing much had changed bar some new graphics and the re-styled exhausts. But I couldn’t have been more wrong – with the exception of maybe the front mudguard, this bike is all-new from the ground up. Welcome then to the 2009 GSX-R1000, the darkest of dark horses.
...or you can watch a short video about its speed or design:
The Kia K9 is a full-size luxury car made from South Korean automaker Kia Motors. It replaces the Kia Opirus in the Korean market, and will sit at the top of the Kia range above the Kia K7/Cadenza. The K9 was launched in South Korea in May 2012, with export sales expected towards the end of 2012. As of June 2013, the car is available in South Korea (as the Kia K9), the Middle East.
BYD K9 electronic bus
The BYD electric bus or BYD ebus, called K9 in China, is an all-electric bus model manufactured by Chinese automaker BYD, powered with its self-developed Iron-phosphate battery, allegedly featuring the longest drive range of 250 km (155 miles) on one single charge under urban road conditions. BYD electric bus rolled off line on September 30, 2010 in Changsha city of Hunan province. This pure electric bus is another renewable energy vehicle by BYD following its models like F3DM, F6DM and e6. The K9 has a 12-meter body length and 18-ton weight with one-step low-floor interior for passengers' comfort.
Julius-K9® does not exclusively owns the K9 Trademark in all classifications.