• Multiple safety features, including side airbags making 4 airbags standard across all lower variants
  • First-in-India Intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT) technology paired with diesel engine introduced on the refreshed Kia Seltos
  • Paddle Shifters, along with multi-drive and traction modes, extended to all the automatic variants of refreshed Kia Seltos
  • Two new colours to the line-up – Imperial Blue and Sparkling Silver

Kia India, the country’s fastest-growing carmaker, today announced the launch of refreshed versions of two of its most popular products, Kia Seltos and Kia Sonet. These refreshed versions now come with multiple updates and additional features that further enhance the value propositions of both these products. In addition, many existing features from higher variants are now being extended to lower variants. With an enhanced focus on safety, Kia India will now offer 4 airbags, standard across all lower variants, by adding side airbags to refreshed Seltos and refreshed Sonet. Kia India has also announced that it will introduce two new colours, ‘Imperial Blue’ and ‘Sparkling Silver’, on these refreshed versions of Kia Seltos and Kia Sonet. The vehicles come equipped with the completely revamped Kia Connect app to offer advanced connectivity to its customers. The company has also introduced first-in-India Intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT) technology paired with a diesel engine on the refreshed Kia Seltos.

Kia India has launched the refreshed Seltos and Sonet at a starting price of INR 10.19 Lakh (ex-showroom, pan-India) and INR 7.15 Lakh (ex-showroom, pan-India), respectively.

Myung-sik Sohn, Chief Sales Officer, Kia India, said: “We are extremely pleased to continue our positive momentum in the competitive Indian auto market. Our valued customers’ continued trust in our products is a testament to our “customer-centric” product strategy, which has propelled us to achieve numerous milestones in a short period of time. Our focus on the safety of the occupants is reflected in the refreshed Seltos and Sonet, with 4 airbags standard across all lower variants. Additionally, various convenience and styling changes have also been incorporated to recreate newer benchmarks in their respective segments. Until now, we have sold almost 2.67 Lakh units of Seltos and nearly 1.25 Lakh units of Sonet in the Indian market. We are confident that the refreshed Seltos and Sonet will be greeted with the same enthusiasm and commitment that our customers have shown towards us from the beginning of our journey in India.”