The fourth-gen Kia Carnival gets mildly refreshed interiors along with new features to appeal to a wider audience
New Carnival gets a minimalist dashboard, updated AC control panel.
Dashboard gets two large screens - infotainment and driver display.
Improved ADAS tech with lane change assist, adaptive cruise control, and more.
Kia claims a quieter rider and along with improved suspension as well.
After unveiling the exteriors of the 2024 Carnival, Kia has now revealed the interior of the MPV for the first time. It’s slated for an official introduction later this year and could make its way to our shores. And if Kia decides to bring the new Carnival here, we expect it to be this facelifted version to make its way here.
Inside, the new Carnival’s dashboard layout remains familiar to the outgoing model with its dual integrated screens, giving it a modern outlook. That said, there are slight alterations as the centre console is now more minimalist and incorporates the same touch panel for climate controls and infotainment as seen in recent Kia cars, such as the EV6.
Like before, the Carnival will be available in multiple trims and seating configurations. You also get niceties such as an entertainment screen, sliding rear doors, USB Type-C fast chargers, a boss mode functionality, and even easier accessibility of voice command-based features activation.