Kia Motors India has commenced the deliveries of new Seltos Anniversary Edition. It is based on the SUVs HTX variant.
The Korean automaker Kia has commenced deliveries of the new Anniversary Edition Seltos. The SUV has completed one year in India, and the car has received an overwhelming response from the buyers as the automaker has retailed more than one lakh units of the Seltos in less than one year. In order to boost its sales during the upcoming festive season, the carmaker has recently introduced the new Seltos Anniversary Edition. It is offered at a starting price of Rs 13.75 lakh for the entry-level HTX petrol trim and goes all the way up to Rs 14.85 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the top-spec HTX diesel variant.
The new limited edition of the car is Rs 40,000 expensive than the regular model of the SUV. The automaker has also released the new TVC video of the Anniversary Edition Seltos, which features their brand ambassador- Tiger Shroff. The new limited-edition model is based on the mid-spec HTX variant of the SUV. The new model of the SUV employs subtle cosmetic and feature updates. The new Kia Seltos Anniversary Edition is 4,375 mm long, which makes it around 60 mm longer than the regular model of the SUV. It is also 5 mm longer than the US-spec Seltos. It employs aggressive-looking tusk shape skid plate with silver-coloured diffuser fins and tangerine fog lamp bezel, raven black skid plate with silver diffuser fins and tangerine dual muffler design, and side sills with tangerine inserts and Seltos logo.
Moreover, the limited edition model sits of 17-inch newly design Raven black alloy wheels with Tangerine centre cap. The new model of the SUV will be offered in three distinctive two-tone colour shade options- Glacier White Pearl with Aurora Black Peal, Steel Silver with Aurora Black Pearl, Gravity Grey with Aurora Black Pearl and Monotone – Aurora Black Pearl. Inside, the car employs premium Raven black leather seats with a honeycomb pattern and also a new Smart Key Remote Engine Start. It rivals with the likes of Nissan Kicks and Hyundai Creta.