Recently, the Kia Carnival facelift MPV model continues to leak images while testing on the road.
From the images of the test run, the Kia Carnival facelift has a design inspired by its “brother” EV9. The front of the car stands out with a new vertical headlight cluster, the LED daytime running lights running horizontally under the bumper. At the rear, the taillight cluster is designed to span the width of the car, creating a more imposing and majestic feel.
In this lifecycle upgrade, the Carnival facelift will also have a new set of wheels that looks sporty and sturdy.
The interior of the car is the most anticipated area for changes. It is possible that the car will have additional features such as a HUD display, a pair of curved 12-inch screens, fingerprint recognition, Ergo Motion Seats, automatic sliding doors, sunroof, etc.
It is highly likely that the Kia Carnival facelift will still use a 3.5L petrol engine and a 2.2L diesel engine.
In addition, the company will provide a hybrid powertrain, which is a combination of a turbocharged 1.6L petrol engine, 4-cylinder, and an electric motor with the new 8-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive system.
The car is expected to be officially launched in South Korea at the end of this year and introduced to other markets in early 2024. Detailed information about the car and its price has not been revealed yet.