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Modified by DC, This  Kia Carnival is a more luxurious vehicle than the Mercedes V-Class.

DC Design is India’s foremost aftermarket car modification, with a portfolio that includes anything from affordable hatchbacks to ultra-luxury vehicles. The Kia Carnival created by DC Design has proven to be even more opulent than the Mercedes V-Class. Carnival already has a luxury cabin because it belongs to our market’s premium MPV segment. It bridges the pricing gap between a Toyota Innova Crysta and a Mercedes V-Class in our market. However, in terms of aftermarket modifications, it has even outdone the German luxury carmaker. Let’s have a look at the specifics.

To begin, when one opens the Carnival’s rear sliding doors, a retractable sidestep appears, facilitating ingress and egress. When you walk in, you’re greeted by a beige interior theme and plenty of ambient lighting. They have the convenience of folding thigh support, the roof has 3 large light panels, the beige shade complements the wooden panels on the doors really well, the switches are premium, the rear-facing seats at the back are foldable in the aeroplane fashion, and there is a large screen facing the rear passengers to cater to the occupants’ entertainment needs, which gets neatly tucked in the roof itself.

Like in large limos, the screen also separates the rear interior from the front. The design serves to compartmentalise the vehicle and provide seclusion for the back passengers. Conference calls might be made from the back for businesspeople and working professionals. Even in its original form, the Carnival is designed to address this issue. The shades might be drawn across the full windows to create a pleasant atmosphere and eliminate distractions while on a business call. The setup allows for a mini-meeting room to be set up within the automobile. The rear seats can be pulled all the way back to provide four individuals extra legroom to sit facing each other.


The standard Kia Carnival is powered by a single 2.2-litre VGT diesel engine that produces 197 hp and 440 Nm of peak power and torque. The transmission is handled by a single 8-speed automatic gearbox. The Carnival currently costs between Rs 25.99 lakh and Rs 34.99 lakh ex-showroom.

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