News By/Courtesy: Nikitha M | 01 Aug 2020 17:14pm IST


  • About KIA Motors
  • KIA Motors capturing the market
  • KIA motors success in India

With a vision to make their mark and establish in the strongest market globally, the South Korean carmaker KIA Motors is nowhere in India to tap into its challenging and dynamic automobile market. The company has been engaged in enhancing the brand power and improvement of the company’s reputation with continued efforts for innovation in product development, sales, and other related activities. They offer services and products that suit their vision of turning cars into new lifestyle spaces from mere modes of transport.

Moving towards their goal of becoming the strongest automobile manufacturers, KIA Motors India has been the fastest car sellers in the country by making sales of one lakh units in the last 11 months.

KIA Motors India first launched Seltos in August 2019 and it emerged as the highest-selling SUV. It also made the company enter the list of top 5 carmakers in the country. the 5 seat Seltos SUV is attractive and keenly priced with city-friendly dimensions. The sheer level of quality in the interior and its various other features makes it an easier choice for customers.

Overwhelmed by the response they got for KIA Seltos SUV, the company launched a second car, the Carnival MVP. The KIA Carnival made a record with pre-orders on the first day amid the surge in demand for personal trips and camping. The carnival arrived at the Auto Expo in India. Positioned as a premium alternative, the Carnival is available in a choice of seating configurations and is lavishly equipped.  

KIA is also ready to launch its third model for India, Sonet compact SUV and they have hopes that it will fulfill the unmet needs and aspirations of the customers. With more car manufacturers offering connectivity in their cars, KIA motors become the only car manufacturer in India to offer cars with connected technology. 


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Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 02 Aug 2020 0:06am IST

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