Top 5 things Kia Seltos X-Line

Top 5 things to know about upcoming Kia Seltos X-Line

Kia showcased Seltos X-line in last year’s auto Expo, which features a subtle change inside out. The X-Line concept version looks good and has a black and orange combination element. Last year Kia has launched the 1st-anniversary edition of seltos and this year Korean brand going to do the same with Project X. Earlier the teaser was released by Kia Quoting “A new species of badass coming soon “. As of now what do we expect from the project X-line? Here are the top 5 things to know about Kia Seltos X-line: –

  • Exterior updates

In terms of exterior looks and updates, Seltos X-Line features almost the same elements that were showcased in Auto Expo 2020. Although, for most of the part remains the same as the recently launched Seltos facelift, while the new anniversary X-Line project will feature some cosmetic changes on the exterior like a new set of orange inserted alloy wheels, orange X-line badging on the grille, orange wheel cap cover on alloys and so on.

Top 5 things Kia Seltos X-Line
  • Interior Changes

While Interior comprises the same set of features list as a regular one. Although, dashboard, roof panels, footpads could get orange fillings in them. Seltos X-Line could offer a sunroof on its lower trims as well.

Top 5 things Kia Seltos X-Line
Top 5 things about Kia Seltos X-Line
  • Powertrain

Kia Seltos X-Line anniversary edition could feature with same ongoing engine options as 1.5 Litre petrol and 1.5 Litre diesel. Although, manufacture likely to offer optional 1.4-liter turbo petrol engine with X-Line line-up only.

  • Launch date

The Seltos X-Line could be launched on the brand’s second anniversary, which is 22nd august 2021. While with that more SUVs will be launching or newer special editions are in a pipeline for the introduction.

  • Price band

Although the current price range starting for Kia Seltos is Rs 9.95 lakh ex-showroom, the X-Line is slightly more premium in looks and new few elements have also been added. So, it is likely to see a price increment of Rs 50,000 or more on the X-Line edition.

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