While QCD is a typical product of AdS/CFT and some other research trends in extra dimensions, I have never found in the literature an example producing the non-chiral part of the standard model, colour plus electromagnetism, or even color alone, from D=9 Kaluza Klein.
In principle such theory could be obtained
by compactification on the 5-sphere $S^5$ and adding some Higgs to break $SO(6)$, or
by compactification on the product manifold $CP^2 \times S^1$, producing directly the gauge group $SU(3) \times U(1)$.
Besides, QCD alone could be got from a $D=8$ theory on $CP^2$.
The traditional argument about the absence of chiral fermions do not apply here as both QCD and EM are defined with Dirac fermions. So if there is a non-go theorem at work, forbidding the scheme, must be a different one. Here the question: Is there one? Or, as a counter-proof of my question, is the example actually done in the literature and it only happens that I have not searched deep enough?