The 2025 Kia Carnival minivan is set to receive aesthetic enhancements and a potential new Gravity trim, with full North American specifications to be announced.
The 2025 Kia Carnival will sport redesigned front and rear aesthetics, including new headlight and taillight arrangements.
A new Gravity trim level introduces black accent features, although its availability in North America remains uncertain.
While the interior updates remain undisclosed, expectations include possible infotainment and upholstery upgrades; the powertrain is likely to remain unchanged.
The 2025 model of the Kia Carnival minivan is undergoing a design refresh that promises to build on its already appealing aesthetic. The exterior of the vehicle will see updates to the front and rear, showcasing new headlight designs and taillights that span nearly the full width of the minivan.
These changes aim to bolster the Carnival’s visual appeal with a modernized touch. The refreshed model will also introduce a special edition known as the Gravity trim, characterized by its distinctive black accents and unique wheel design, though it has not been confirmed whether this version will be available in the North American market.
As for the interior, Kia has not yet released photos or details, leaving consumers curious about potential enhancements to features and design elements within the cabin. Speculations suggest that updates could include new infotainment options and fresh upholstery choices.
Despite the anticipated cosmetic upgrades, no modifications to the powertrain are expected; the Carnival will likely continue to offer its 3.5-liter V-6 engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive system. Further information regarding the North American specifications of the 2025 Kia Carnival is anticipated to be revealed in the coming months, with sales starting as early as late this year or early next year.