KIA publishes teaser image of new Carnival

The Korean brand is about to present the fourth generation of its minivan.

It is already becoming common for all new models to receive an official advance through a teaser. And this time it is the turn of KIA, which released an image of the fourth generation of Carnival, which is soon to unveil.

The new generation of Carnival will initially be released in Korea in the third quarter of the year and the teaser shows the specifications for that country. You will then head out to other markets, many of which are known as Sedona. The brand indicates that it will appeal to young families with “a mix of innovation, flexibility and style.”

The teaser shows a front with more character, more modern, aligned with the look of the new Seltos (Tiger Nose grille semi attached to the LED lights), and a recognizable claimant like a KIA. The grace is that it is not identical to any other model, something that the Korean firm is effectively applying in each new vehicle it launches on the market.

The new minivan sports good-sized bumpers, wide wheel arches, and features a long rib that runs across the side from side to side joining the headlights, giving an overall robust look. One detail: the sliding rear doors remain unchanged.

The KIA Carnival was launched on the market in 1998 and since then it has marketed more than two million units worldwide, where it is sold in an extended body version called the Grand Carnival, with a modular interior that allows it to carry 4, 5, 6 and 7 passengers.

It will take a few weeks to fully see the fourth generation of the KIA Carnival.

Author: Nabeel K

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