Kia has given the Sorento its traditional Tiger Nose grille, along with a sleeker set of LED headlamps.
Currently, Kia is offering the Seltos with three engine options.
The company will offer the Carnival in three trim levels, ranging from 7-seater to 9-seater layout.
The company, which has got to a flying start in the country with its first product Seltos, aims to bring in two more models this year.
The company will launch the Carnival MPV at the Auto Expo.
The company is expected to borrow the SUV’s underpinnings from the Hyundai Venue, along with its engine options.
The Carnival gets Kia’s signature ‘Tiger Nose’ grille which is flanked by projector headlamps and large ‘Ice Cube’ styled LED fog lamps.
Hyundai had earlier announced that it is planning to invest up to Rs 7,000 crore for setting up a new plant.
The Carnival gets a minimalistic dashboard with premium elements.
Internationally, Kia has the Stonic on sale, which could be the basis for the QYI compact SUV.
As of November 2019, 40,649 units of the Seltos SUV have been sold.
Over 40,000 units of the Seltos have been sold since its launch on August 22 and over 80,000 bookings have been made.
Kia has also updated the interiors with a 7-inch digital instrument cluster, as well as an optional 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
The midsize SUV retains its signature Tiger Nose grille, elongated DRL strips, jewel-like LED headlamps and the ice cube-shaped LED fog lamps.
The company has retained most of its signature design features which were earlier showcased in the sketches of the model.
The car was spotted under heavy camouflage, though it bore a strong resemblance to the Venue.
The car will be pitted against the likes of the Skoda Octavia, Honda Civic and Hyundai Elantra, among others.
As per a notice, the transaction pertains to the acquisition of minority equity stake in ANI Technologies and Ola Electric by Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors.
Considering that Maruti Suzuki is India’s largest car manufacturer, it is expected to showcase its future products at the 2020 Auto Expo.
The Korean automaker country had previously set up an immersive experience centre in Gurugram, called the BEAT360.
The company will introduce an e-SIM in the car, which will provide voice calling, SMS, 3G/4G data connection, as well as a secure APN.
If CCI blocks Hyundai-Kia’s investment in Ola, M&M’s acquisition of 55 percent stake in Meru may hit the walls of the antitrust watchdog.
Maruti Suzuki is the first Indian manufacturer whose entire lineup consists of BSVI-compliant cars.
Earlier this year, Hyundai and Kia invested $300 million in ANI Technologies, Ola's parent company.
M&M started tapping the services space earlier this year, probably because it realized selling cars may not be enough to sustain growth. The Meru deal is a big leap in that front.