We had reported about Kia Motors' plans for entering the Indian market. Despite all the news floating around, new reports claim a plot-twist in the manufacturers India entry.
Depending on the new reports, Kia could take at least a year to three before they start selling their cars in India.
Officially, Kia Motors claims that they're evaluating potential overseas locations to set up manufacturing facilities to supply engines for future growth.
However, as of now no plans have been finalised for the Indian market.
Kia is a Korean automotive manufacturer who is now a subsidiary of Hyundai Motors. Despite being in the game way before Hyundai ever existed, a financial crisis in the nineties lead to the merge with Hyundai.
Unlike their older models, Kia has adopted a sporty and dynamic design language on the products they sell globally.
From small cars and luxury sedans to buses and trucks, Kia offers a wide variety of vehicles today.
Some of the more popular cars from Kia that you might know are the Picanto and Rio hatchbacks. The company also makes the Sportage and Sorento SUVs.