A host of images showing the Kia Mohave’s interior have surfaced online thanks to the company’s official South Korean website.
Kia shared a single sketch of the Mohave’s cabin towards the end of August, but these images show virtually every aspect of the car’s interior design.
The new SUV’s cabin sports a dashboard that houses a large horizontal touchscreen and a configurable second display for the front-seat passenger. Elsewhere, Kia has included a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster that sits behind the redesigned four-spoke steering wheel and a Qi wireless charging pad. The Mohave pictured also includes a number of wooden trimmings, aluminum accents, and a mixture of black and beige-colored leather.
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We can also see that there will be at least two different HVAC options for rear-seat passengers. The first, and inevitably most expensive, includes switches to direct the air as well as temperature adjustments. The more basic configuration simply has a pair of air vents at the rear of the center console.
Power is provided by a 3.0-liter diesel V6 that reportedly delivers 256 HP and 413 lb-ft (560 Nm) of torque, which is directed to the all-wheel drive system via an eight-speed automatic transmission. A look at the center console reveals that the new Mohave has six driving modes (Comfort, Eco, Sport, Sand, Mud and Snow) for different driving conditions.
Kia’s new SUV will be unveiled in full in the coming weeks, but it is still unknown if it will make a return in the U.S. market.