The spacious and futuristic interior design is based on the ‘Spatial Talents’ interior design concept. The dash itself looks similar to the latest Sorento. Both the 12.3-inch digital driver’s instrument panel and the 12.3-inch infotainment screen are linked by one single glass panel.
Kia has also confirmed that there will be 7, 9, and 11-seater variants for the 2021 Carnival. This is thanks to a longer wheelbase, longer rear overhang, and a wider body. The overall length of this Grand Utility Vehicle is also increased by 40 mm to 5,155 mm which results in more space for the third row and best-in-class luggage space.
Kia hasn’t made any official announcements on the powertrains of the 2021 Carnival. The GUV is expected to be launched in Korea in the third quarter of the year. Expect it to arrive in Malaysia in early 2022.