New-Gen Kia Carnival all set to get a more refined and classy interior; likely to launch in July this year in the International market

The South Korean auto manufacturer, Kia Motors have been working on the New-Gen Kia Carnival. The MPV had earlier been spied testing back home. Keeping this in mind, we had shared earlier with you what the exterior design could possibly look like. But now what we have brought for you are the spy shots of the interiors of the New-Gen Kia Carnival that been leaked online. The images reveal that the interiors of the new Carnival will be much more refined and classier. The company is likely to launch the MPV in the International market in July this year. 



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According to the spy photographs, the cabin of the 2021 Carnival boasts of a tan and black upholstery along with a white headliner. It also gets an all-new 3-spoke multi-functional steering wheel with paddle shifters that state there will be an automatic transmission on offer. The dashboard, center console, and AC vents are sleek in size. The top-spec variant of the MPV is likely to get a large virtual instrument cluster and a touchscreen infotainment system. Both the screens have been clubbed together and hence look like one single curve display. The center console will get a piano black finish with silver inserts and chrome switches.



Other highlighted features will comprise of front passenger seat adjust button accessible from the rear, a USB port on the seatback, dual sunroofs, roof-mounted AC vents, and rear power outlets. The spy shots also reveal that the Carnival is likely to get Captain seats in the 2nd and 3rd row.  Apart from this, the company is likely to equip the lower trim of the 2021 Carnival with a twin-pod analog cluster.  

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Cosmetically, the 2021 New-Gen Kia Carnival is likely to get sleeker headlamps with DRLs. The rear end will feature a single full-width tail light, giving the MPV a bold look. On the sides, it will get dual-tone alloy wheels. Mechanically, the Carnival is likely to draw power from a 2.2-litre diesel engine. However, the company might introduce a 3.5-litre diesel engine at a later stage. 

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