Keep yourself updated with the latest in Automobile Industry in India. In this edition, we talk about Fortum India, Hero Electric, Maruti Suzuki, Kia Motors and more.
Kia will launch a Kia compact SUV in India in 2020. It is “in keeping with its strategy to roll out one new made in India car every six months.” The new SUV is likely to be the smallest Kia car worldwide and will compete for market space against the likes of Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon and Ford EcoSport.
Kia is planning to bring the Grand Carnival MPV to India to rival the likes of Toyota Innova. The Grand Carnival MPV likely to be launched in 2020 and its market research suggest that it could easily sell around 1000 such MPVs here every month.
Kia has revealed the updated Kia Sportage SUV. The new Sportage gets a new Ecodynamics+ model which comes with a 48 volt lithium-ion battery. Other than that the car has a 2.0-liter diesel engine which produces 134 HP of peak power.
South Korean car maker Kia has unveiled the electric version of its Niro crossover in its production guise. The car will be powered by a 61kWh battery with a top range of 380KM.
Kia has displayed the Kia Ceed, a premium hatchback of the company with big emphasis on style. Since the Ceed is a premium hatch, it comes loaded with features.
The 2019 Kia Optima has been spied completely undisguised and those images have gone viral on the web. From the spy shots, it is clear that the 2019 Kia Optima features a radiator grille quite similar to the Kia Cadenza along with squarish shaped headlights, new fog lights, redesigned bumper and air intake.
Way back in 2011, the Kia Raw was launched in South Korea and now after a gap of soo many years, a new updated version Kia Ray micro-car is being launched.
Kia, the carmaker from Korea will launch their sales in the Indian subcontinent, somewhere in the second half of 2019. Kia Stinger will not be a part of their kitty
Kia has unveiled the design sketches for its new upcoming subcompact SUV, the Stonic. The new Stonic is essentially Kia’s version of the new Hyundai Kona and will eventually make it to India once Kia officially launches its cars in India. The new Stonic has a more crossover like design language as compared to the larger SUVs from KIA that features a more upright and more conventional SUV stance and design.