Upcoming Kia Sonet X Line Exterior & Interior Details Out

Kia Sonet X Line

Kia Sonet X Line will go on sale soon in India and it will likely be powered by a 1.5-litre diesel and a 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine with MT and AT options

Kia India has already been teasing the top-spec Sonet X Line ahead of its market launch in the coming weeks. The South Korean auto major will bring it at a time when the Venue N Line is also prepared to be launched next week with visual enhancements and some mechanical tweaks.

The exterior and interior details of the upcoming model have now come out and it will have several commonalities with the Seltos X Line that was introduced last year. It will have cosmetic updates to differentiate itself from the regular model.

The Kia Sonet X Line will wear the unique matte graphite exterior body colour. Carrying the dark theme, the front grille is done up in a glossy black shade with knurled pattern while the skid plates at the front and the rear have gained a piano black finish with dark metallic accents to further accentuate the overall look of the compact SUV.

Kia Sonet X Line

The fog lamp area as well as the wing mirrors are finished in a glossy black theme while the doors receive a dark metallic accent. You could also find a set of newly designed 16-inch alloy wheels done up in a glossy black finish. The brake callipers have a silver finish. The cabin comes with a dual-tone theme with contrast orange stitching for the later seat upholstery.

Denoting its top-spec nature, the X Line logos will also be grafted onto the seats and you could also find a new black headliner. As for the features, it will get all the amenities the GTX+ trim has including a large touchscreen infotainment system and connected tech. Under the bonnet, a 1.5-litre diesel and a 1.0-litre turbo petrol are highly likely.

The former produces a maximum power output of 100 PS (115 PS in AT) and it will be paired with either a manual or an AT while the three-cylinder turbocharged mill will generate 120 PS and it will likely be hooked with a six-speed iMT or a seven-speed DCT.