Kia Seltos to launch in the United States soon, with three modified versions recently released
Celts is a global phenomenon for Hyundai's sister brand, Kia. It is targeted at volume sales in both emerging and developed markets and is offered in a variety of engine options, including a turbocharged 1.6-liter 175-horsepower, naturally aspirated 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 147 horsepower. and a turbocharged 1.6-liter diesel engine with 134 horsepower.
The five-seater SUV will go on sale in the United States soon and was recently shown in modified form in a private event. Off-road concepts point to the versatility of the Salts. The first custom work has a white pattern as the base, while the presence of orange inserts enhances the flare.
It has no fancy onboard equipment, except auxiliary lights to better illuminate the dark. Highlights with a fog light, wing mirrors, side skirts and a roof are the highlights along with black wheel arches, bumper attachments and a front grille.
In other modified Kia Celts, the yellow colored wheel can be clearly seen with subtle touches of orange. Wheel center, heel hook, front bumper and rear view mirrors (ORVMs) are made in red. The pillars and roof are finished in black, with black luggage above them.
Unlike the previous mode, this one has auxiliary roof mounted lights and a hood scoop. The tires don't deserve special mention, as they seem to be out of the way.
It is based on a higher-range variant, as can be seen from LED headlights, chrome-plated radiator grille and LED daytime running lights. While the third Celtos wrapped in camouflage vinyl with black wheels along with a roof carrier.
All three adapted Seltos seem to have raised the ride height as well. They are said to be powered by a 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine used in India's GT Line range and produce a maximum output of 140 hp and 242 Nm of torque coupled to a seven-speed DCT automatic transmission.