Kia has teased the brand’s fourth-generation Kia Carnival flagship minivan today. Released in Korean specification, the all-new Carnival will be sold in many markets worldwide as the Kia Sedona. So far, we think it looks a bit like the new Kia Seltos.
The Carnival aims to appeal to progressive young families with its combination of innovation, flexibility, and style.
The new model builds on its predecessors’ heritage in the mid-sized MPV segment, following more than two million Carnival sales worldwide since the first generation launched in 1998. Kia designers have dubbed the new model a ‘Grand Utility Vehicle’.
The new 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. Kia will release new images and more details about the fourth-generation Carnival soon.
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