Kia is confronting an “problem of riches” in India, as indicated by Manohar Bhat, promoting and deals head at Kia Motors India. Including little hatchbacks and MPVs to SUVs and even a four-entryway roadster in the Stinger, the carmaker has a far reaching worldwide line-up of models to carefully select from. Kia had displayed more than 12 models from its worldwide range at Auto Expo 2018, beside the SP Concept that made its worldwide introduction in India.
Kia will begin its India innings in 2019 with the creation rendition of the SP Concept that could be named Trazor. As we had announced, the SUV will be trailed by four more models, including a minimized SUV. Two of the models will be collected in India from CKD units, and as things stand, the carmaker appears to be spoilt for decision. Addressing our sister distribution Autocar Professional, Bhat stated, “We have a lot of vehicles in that regard and while we have many ideas for the Indian market, we are currently assessing the market needs by researching various customer groups and we will gradually decide what all models to introduce here. We are, in fact, facing a problem of the riches with so many offerings in Kia’s portfolio.” He uncovered the generation SP Concept will enable Kia to take into account the quickly developing utility vehicle portion, yet indicated that the carmaker won't be limited by body style. “We would want to bring in other models as soon as possible in a lot of other segments,” Bhat said.
Leaders for India incorporate the Kia Stonic hybrid and Grand Carnival substantial MPV, with models like the Sportage and Rio prone to be under assessment.