If you are a yellow lover, you may find it a bit disappointing that Kia India doesn’t offer a yellow colour option for the Seltos. However, here's a Kia Seltos that looks extremely dazzling with a bright yellow wrap.
Of the biggest car launches in India in 2019, Kia Seltos is certainly the biggest hit in the mid-size SUV segment. Kia Motors set its first footstep in the Indian soil with the Seltos and since its launch, the SUV has been the talk of the town for its features loaded to the gills as well as its futuristic look. In India, Kia offers a number of colour choices for the Seltos's customers to choose from. If you are a yellow lover, however, you may find it a bit disappointed as Kia doesn’t offer a yellow colour option in the stock Seltos. Don’t be upset! There’s always another way around. Here’s a Kia Seltos that wears a bright yellow wrap and it looks extremely dazzling.
The Kia Seltos is already a lavish-looking SUV itself. However, in a new yellow coat, the car looks extremely fabulous that can even dazzle the eyes of the onlookers, to say the least. This is a Seltos GTX diesel AT model and the car’s owner has opted for a 3M yellow matte wrap to spice up things around the ways it looks. Among various Seltos SUVs you can spot on the Indian roads, this car is a standout.
Although Kia does offer dual-tone options, this Seltos looks different with the whole yellow body, even on the roof. The red accents on the bumpers and side skirts of the car come out as a highlight and make the car look even better. The original blacked-out 3D grille with chrome finishes, black treatment on the body cladding, pillars and bumpers match the yellow shade well.
The cost of the wrapping job on the Kia Seltos is not known but we know that it varies based on the colour option and quality of the wrap. It is worth noting that changing the car’s colour is illegal in India but wrapping the car is allowed. However, there’s a chance you may be stopped by the police on the go.
The yellow wrap mimics a similar colour of the Kia Seltos available in its home market in South Korea. In fact, yellow looks great on the car so no wonder it is the flagship colour of the vehicle. Sadly, Kia decided not to bring in such colour option for the India-spec Seltos, presumably due to the fact that the Indian buyers prefer more subtle options. Still, if you want a bit more of eyeballs and attention, this yellow-wrapped Kia Seltos is a nice example for you.
Back to the stock version, the Kia Seltos is competing aggressively with the likes of Hyundai Creta, Tata Harrier, Nissan Kicks, Mahindra XUV500 or MG Hector. The South Korean branded SUV is loaded to the brim with premium features like a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and UVO connects, eight-speaker Bose sound system, ventilated front seats, automatic climate control, power sunroof, telescopic steering wheel among others.
Kia Seltos is among the vehicles with six airbags, not to mention a slew of safety features like ABS, EBD, disc brakes on all wheels, 8.0-inch HUD, brake assist, a tyre pressure monitoring system, front parking sensors, hill-start assist and more.
Kia Seltos is the first car in India to offer three automatic gearbox options. It is equipped with a 1.5-litre petrol engine mated to a CVT automatic option, a 1.5-litre diesel motor that comes with a manual and a torque converter along with a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol burner offered with either an MT or a 7-speed DCT. Kia Seltos is one of the best-selling cars of the Indian market but we are looking forward to the all-new Kia Sonet which is said to be another hit from Kia in the domestic space.