Kia Carnival Modified Into 7 Star Luxury Hotel On Wheels

Converting cars to suit your needs has become quite mainstream now. In this case, a Kia Carnival has been transformed into a Luxury Van.

The Kia Carnival is currently sold in India in its 3rd-generation avatar. The premium MPV comes in three variants – Premium, Prestige, and Limousine. Car enthusiasts and automobile designers are always coming up with new iterations of popular cars. Car owners are also up for passion projects that stand out in the crowd. Hence, the car modification industry is experiencing a boom lately. This conversion of Kia Carnival is yet another example of a great conversion job. Let’s take a look at the new compact luxury van!

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As you can see in the YouTube video by My Country My Ride, the new luxury van conversion is based on Kia Carnival Limousine variant. It has been modified by Autotrade Aviation, New Delhi. The luxury van features stylish interiors with full-reclining seats (up to 180-degrees), waterproof wooden flooring, digital controls, an 18-liter fridge, a touch-enabled powered bar, and wireless charging points. Additionally, the designers have added powered jump-seats and a 32-inch Android TV screen. The adjustable ambient lights offer a personalized feel. Overall, the vehicle resembles a compact luxury hotel. Even curtains can be controlled with remote control. You can communicate with the driver via an intercom and charge your laptop.

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kia carnival ultra luxury interior 7-star hotel-inspired
Kia Carnival with 7-star hotel-inspired ultra-luxury interior

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Kia Carnival

The current-gen Kia Carnival is powered by a 2.2-liter VGT diesel engine that outputs 197 hp and 440 Nm of peak power and torque, respectively. For transmission, the company has added an 8-speed automatic gearbox. It comes with electronic stability control (ESC), cornering brake control, and hill assist. The seven-car comes with features like three-zone climate control, a dual-panel sunroof, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and UVO connected car technology. Additionally, there is also a 10.1-inch touchscreen display for middle-row occupants. The Kia Carnival costs from Rs 24.95 lakh to Rs 33.95 lakh, ex-showroom. It competes with the likes of Toyota Innova Crysta, Toyota Vellfire, and Mercedes-Benz V-Class.

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