Kia has expanded the Seltos line-p in Korean with a top new trim and added features.
The Seltos Gravity comes with a number of cosmetic updates both inside and out that help differentiate itself from the lower Trend, Prestige and Signature trim levels.
Being top-of-the-line trim level, the Seltos Gravity packs in added safety features like forward collision prevention assistance system (that automatically avoid collision with an oncoming vehicle at an intersection) and rear passenger notification (which reminds the driver while exiting the vehicle about passengers, like children, who might be seated at the back).
Additionally, it gets all the usual bells and whistles like a large MID in the instrument cluster, a 10.25-inch touchscreen with UVO connected car tech, ambient lightning, Bose sound system, automatic air conditioner, remote engine start through a key fob and a wireless phone charger.
Kia has also added more safety features as standard to the 2021model year Seltoes including lane keep assist and high beam assist.
The Gravity shares its running gear with the rest of the Seltos range in its home market. As such, it gets a 177hp, 1.6-litre turbo petrol engine and a 136hp, 1.6-litre diesel. A 7-speed DCT automatic transmission is standard, while AWD functionality is available as an opotion on both powertrains.
Will it come to India?
After reading all the information about the vehicle the main question is will it make it to India?
The answer is there has been no official announcements about Kia India bringing in a new variant like the Seltos Gravity.
The Seltos continues to compete with the Hyundai Creta, Nissan Kicks, MG Hector and Tata Harrier.