New KIA models ready for Auto ExpoFebruary 3, 2020
Kia has released a new intriguing video showcasing the latest South Korean brand that it will present later this week.
In a few days, Auto Expo’s doors in New Delhi will open and KIA will introduce new cars. According to company representatives, this will be “one of the most extravagant launches of 2020”, as along with the latest news, Next From Kia will debut at the exhibition with the long-awaited concept of a compact crossover.
Previously, the brand has already demonstrated two design sketches of its upcoming show car with a rather eccentric appearance, and today the South Korean car appears in a promotional video. A video teaser better shows the side profile of a five-door crossover. A beginner up to 4 meters long, which, according to Indian media, can be called Sonet, will soon compete with such cars as Ford Ecosport, Tata Nexon and Hyundai Creta.
According to preliminary information, the car will be available with both diesel and gasoline engines. The latter is likely to become the 120-strong version of the outgoing 1.0 Kia. According to experts, the new Kia Sonet is unlikely to arrive in Europe.
According to the automaker, the 8-seat MPV premium Kia Carnival will be KIA Motors’ best representative at Auto Expo 2020. The show topper will look like the perfect update for Toyota Innova Crysta. At the auto exhibition, the company is preparing to demonstrate the new executive sedan Kia Optima / K5, which will become a worthy competitor to Skoda Superb, Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. The Seltos X-Line concept will also debut this year, which will bring some improvements to the standard Kia Seltos.
It is unlikely that there will be fewer car stands at an exhibition in India compared to Auto Expo 2018, but the cars presented will be more relevant to the Indian market.
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