2021 Kia Carnival breaks cover
South Korean car manufacturer has pulled the wraps off the fourth generation Kia Carnival. The new generation Kia Carnival MPV has been teased by the manufacturer ahead of its global debut, it is dubbed as the 'Grand Utility Vehicle' and known as Kia Sedona in other markets across the globe. The car commands road presence and the old rounded and soft edges have given way to angular lines and butch character. The design and styling of the car has an influence of the carmakers SUV fleet.
The front face boasts the 'Tiger Nose' grille with chrome treatment on the diamond pattern design. This is further accented by the LED headlamps with split design and LED DRLs stylishly integrated with the front grille. Other exterior features include dual-tone alloy wheels, flared wheel arches, new C-pillar signature design and the skid plates that give out a rough look. The car features an island roof design which is blacked-out A- and B-pillars and a chromed fin for the C-pillar. The dimensions of the car have not been revealed but the MPV is expected to have a longer wheelbase than the current model, providing more room inside the cabin.
The interiors have not been revealed, but the car can be expected to host features like dual-screen layout for the instrument cluster and the infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, tri-zone climate control, panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, ventilated seats, UVO connected car technology, electric sliding rear doors and more. The safety features will include ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, ESP, multiple airbags, etc.
The current model of the Kia Carnival is offered with a 2.2-litre diesel engine mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox that produces 200PS of power and 440Nm of torque. The 2021 Kia Carnival could have both diesel and petrol options and the car is likely to make its way to our country in 2022.
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