Report: 2015 Sedona To Showcase New Kia’s Styling Direction

by Mar 20, 2014All News, Kia, New York 20140 comments

The Kia Sedona (also called Carnival) is expected to be unveiled at the New York Auto Show held in April 2014. But for Kia, the next-gen big MPV mean much more, will be the first Kia to feauture South Korean’s carmaker new styling direction.

[ads id=”0″ style=”float:left;padding:9px;”]Our spies have already caught the next-gen Carnival on previous occasions but the front fascia doesn’t seem to be a radical departure as it features a reworked grille that is flanked by sweptback headlights. However, the model does have a distinctive greenhouse which is slimmer at the rear than at the front.

The redesigned Sedona is expected to have a roomy interior with additional cargo and passenger space, plus new rear seats infotainment systems. We can also expect high-tech options including an infotainment system (you can see in the spyshots), a blind spot monitoring (BSM) and lane departure warning system (LDWS), three mode electric adjustable power steering (FlexSteer). In addition to an all-new look, the new Carnival promises a refreshed petrol (top of the range will be a 3.3 V6 GDi with 290 hp) and diesel CRDi engines, increased safety and technology.

Source: [Motoring]

Written by Jose Antonio Lopez

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

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