Take a look at this modified Kia Seltos, which now wears a bright yellow paint scheme with a blacked-out top. Doesn't it look gorgeous?
Kia Seltos was the first car from the South-Korean brand to go on sale in India. The Seltos came with a slew of variants and engine-gearbox combinations, which helped it with a warm response from the Indian audience. Also, the Seltos is a nice-looking car with enough street presence. While this combination turned out to be a great soup to suit most's taste, some folks felt the need of modifying the Seltos to a more attention-seeking car. Here’s one example that compliments this statement of ours. The Seltos in the pictures here belongs to Manikanta Sridhar Malladi.
To start with, this Seltos is wrapped in a shade of bright yellow that makes it look a lot more appealing than all the OEM colour options. Also, the car has been thoroughly de-chromed with the use of glossy black vinyl that is used for the all the chrome elements including the door handles, front radiator grille, lower air dam, roof rails, window beltline, tailgate garnishes, and even the Kia logos. Interestingly, it gets a dual-tone paint scheme with the top half of the car wrapped in a shade of black.
The scuff plate on the front and rear facets of this Seltos are also wrapped in the yellow vinyl sheet. Moreover, the silver finish seen for the faux exhaust tips is now finished in piano black. This suit is followed on the ORVM caps as well. While this Seltos continues to ride on the OEM-spec 17-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, they too are painted in a black shade. However, the hub caps are detailed with yellow colour.
Kia Seltos is a beautiful car and looks good with such funky colours. Recently, Kia has also introduced a limited-production Anniversary Edition of the Seltos in the Indian market. It comes with Tangerine highlights, which fits the Seltos’ contemporary design. These are although inspired by the X-Line Concept that was showcased at the 2020 Auto Expo. Talking of the prices, the Anniversary Edition retails at Rs. 13.75 lakh with the petrol motor and manual gearbox and at Rs. 14.75 lakh with the CVT. The diesel-manual version, however, is priced at Rs. 14.85 lakh.