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The Kia Sonet has a striking design, with lots of cuts, curves that work well together.
The LED taillights are connected by reflector strip, giving a single-element look.
Upfront the Sonet get the signature Tiger Nose grille and LED headlights with ‘heartbeat’ DRLs.
At 10.25 inches, the Sonet will have the largest screen on offer in the segment.
The lengthy feature list also includes an electrically operated sunroof.
The cooled wireless phone charger is a neat feature.
The 10.25-inch touchscreen comes with in-built navigation, Kia’s Uvo connectivity suite and more.
The ability to remote-start the engine and pre-cool the car will also be offered on the manual-gearbox versions.
The Sonet offers a 7-speaker Bose system.
The Sonet's interiors can light- up to the beat of the music, or reflect and complement your mood with the sound mood lamps.
Automatic versions have drive and traction modes.
The Sonet has an in-cabin purifier with a perfume system with a dedicated display at the rear.
Kia will offer both Torque converter (with diesel engine) and Dual Clutch (with petrol engines) automatic gearbox options.
The tacho gets a needle; screen displays trip and other info.
Both driver and front-passenger seats are ventilated and feature three speed blower settings.
Rear space is comfortable enough but not class-leading.
Engine options on the Sonet will include a 1.2 petrol, 1.0 direct-injection turbo-petrol and the 1.5 turbo-diesel.
The GT Line gets a number of red accents on the exterior.
The rear bumper has a silver-finish faux skid plate and faux twin exhaust trims.
Seltos like knurled and chromed finish looks great.
The LED headlights come with Kia’s signature ‘Heartbeat’ DRLs.
The blacked-out treatment to the top and lower edge of the C pillar, makes the pillar look nice and sharply swept back.
Like with the headlights, the taillights too feature the ‘Heartbeat’ signature.
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