South Korean auto major Kia has revealed its EV strategy, under which the carmaker will launch seven ‘dedicated’ battery electric vehicles (BEV) by 2027, which are to be based on Kia’s Electric Global Modular Platform (e-GMP).
The global market that will receive the Sonet in a phased fashion is expected to welcome the EcoDynamics+ petrol engine with the mild-hybrid system and an advanced version of the intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT).
South Korean auto portal Autocast has dropped big news on the mechanical aspect of the next-generation Kia Carnival. The website has published that Kia will not introduce a 4WD system or hybrid powertrain on its flagship minivan.
Kia Motors has released photographs that show the front and rear angles of the 2021 Kia Carnival, and we’ve put it side by side with images of the 2019 version released by Kia back in March 2018 (Sedona, US spec version).