Recently, spy images of the 2021 Kia Carnival interior have been surfaced on the Internet. Read on to discover more about the interior of new-gen Kia Carnival.
The Kia Carnival is the second offering from the South Korean automaker for the Indian auto market. Recently, the fourth-gen Kia Carnival has been revealed to the world via the digital route, but, the interior of the new-gen Kia Carnival is yet to be disclosed. However, new spy images of the interior of the MPV have surfaced on the Internet.
According to the spy images, the dashboard of the new Carnival gets an elegant styling. Like other modern Kia cars, it now comes with a unibody housing for the instrument console and infotainment screen. The car also gets a new steering wheel; the spokes and boss receive a unique styling. The dashboard of the previous-gen Carnival sports many switches and is rather clumsy. Fortunately, this case does not apply to the new-gen Kia Carnival. Plus, the slim and sleek air conditioning vents come with uncut treatment.
The new Kia Carnival gets an elegantly-designed dashboard.
In the outgoing Carnival, the centre console comes with almost no buttons. Nevertheless, the 2021 Carnival gets a disposition of switches for controlling many functions like driving modes, electronic parking brake, auto-hold system, reverse parking camera and sensor, and front seats’ heating and cooling function. There are also buttons around the steering wheel column to open and close the rear doors and the automatic gearbox. Moreover, buttons for the adaptive cruise control and traction control are fixed in the same area. Also, the new-gen Kia Carnival comes with newly-styled door pads. The door panels come with multi-coloured leather inserts with the door handle featuring piano-black inserts along with slat-like pattern on the leather inserts. All of these make the cabin of the new-gen Carnival look upmarket.
Unlike the previous-gen model, the centre console of the new Kia Carnival has many buttons.
The new-gen Kia Carnival is expected to be launched in India in 2022. It is likely to be priced slightly higher than the current model. It will have no direct competitors except for the Toyota Innova Crysta.