The first images of the interior of the new Kia Sedona are publishedFebruary 14, 2020
Next-Generation Kia Sedona To Debut At New York Auto Show In April
Now we have the very first internal spy photos of the new car, which will also come with new engines, including a hybrid drivetrain for the US market and the latest technology. The new Carnival, code-named “KA4”, will undergo major design changes as it looks more square than the current one, with a design inspired by “Soul”. I am sure that this new Sedona can offer a more robust look (possibly an X-Line option) to win more customers looking for an SUV.
On the transmission side, the old 3.3 V6 engines will be replaced by the new Theta III 2.5-liter turbo engine, and will also use the same hybrid transmission as the new Sorento and Santa Fe with facelift, with a 1.6 Turbo GDi and an electric motor. A recent report from South Korea announced the release of US specifications at the New York Auto Show in April, and Korean specifications will appear in July.
The interior has some elements from the new Sorento that soon appeared, like the steering wheel, and also shares the cluster design and infotainment touch screen with the Sorento and K5. But he also shows his own style with vents that go from side to side.
The new Sedona will use the 3rd generation platform introduced on the new Sonata and K5. According to the source, the front view is planted with a long horizontal LED headlight like Seltos, and daytime running lights extend to the inside of the grille. A giant tiger nose was raised, as in Mohave.
The key is a side view. An acute angle at the top of the rack that it is very different from the current rounded model. The straight line of the window also indicates. This makes him feel like a grand and big SUV. Despite the fact that the back is covered with thick camouflage, the details are not visible, but it has a long horizontal taillight. The unique Carnival two-column sliding door is retained.
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