Kia Seltos mid-cycle facelift under development, spotted in South Korea
Kia Seltos facelift spotted testing for the first time. The camouflaged test mule has been spotted in South Korea revealing some details of the upcoming mid-cycle update.
As is the case for most of the facelifts, you’ll see minimal sheet metal changes but new styling elements. The updated Seltos will follow the new ‘Opposites United’ design language that has been used for the first time with the Kia Carens.
Expect the facelift to come with new headlight design, new bumper and revised grille. The side profile will remain more or less the same apart from the alloy wheel design. The rear seems to get new tail lamps and revised bumper.
The interior is also expected to come with some visual tweaks along with new features (we hope they offer panoramic sunroof this time around). There will be no mechanical changes.
The carmaker is likely to introduce the updated model with the same engine options in India – 1.5-litre NA petrol, 1.4-litre turbo petrol and 1.5-litre diesel. Launch expected by Diwali 2022 in India.