Sunday, June 21, 2020

Kia Says Its All-New 2021 Carnival is So Good, They Won't Call it an MPV


Update: Here are the first official photos (6/24).

Kia’s new product onslaught continues. After showing off the refreshed Picanto, Rio, and Sorento in just the span of a couple of months, the Korean automaker is now offering a glimpse of the fourth-generation Carnival MPV.

Kia says the all-new Carnival will offer a combination of innovation, flexibility, and style. With its stronger and more stylish presence, “SUV-inspired” design, and futuristic new details, they dare don’t call it an MPV; instead, it’s the Grand Utility Vehicle.

At the front, the Carnival will feature a cohesively designed front-end. The lamps, tiger-nose grille, and the like will all come together in a “symphonic architecture.” From there, it will feature a bold character line running the length of the car, linking the front lamps to the rear ones. A chrome fin will extend to surround the rear.

The 2021 Kia Carnival is due on-sale in Korea in the third quarter of 2020, with global sales in many of Kia’s markets to follow thereafter.

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