5 Expected Features to 2024 Kia Sonet

2024 Kia Sonet

Kia is anticipated to require the wraps off the 2024 Sonet facelift at some point early another year. And the Korean marque is difficult at work testing the Sonet 2024 as test donkeys have been spotted numerous times. A closer see at a later test donkey gives us a clear insight into what we are able anticipate, so here are 5 modern highlights that ought to be presented within the subcompact SUV.

Digital Driver’s Display

As seen in a recent spy shot, the Sonet’s instrument cluster will be updated to a fully digital unit. What remains to be seen is if Kia will be using the fully digital instrument cluster from the Seltos or the semi-digital unit from the Venue.

However, considering that the Sonet’s closest rival, the 2023 Nexon, gets a proper digital driver’s display with multiple customisation options, we hope it’s the former.

Certain ADAS Features

The 2024 Kia Sonet could utilise the Venue’s partial ADAS suite for added convenience and safety. Its package includes the basics such as forward-collision warning, forward-collision avoidance, lane-keeping assist, lane departure warning, lane following assist, high beam assist, leading vehicle departure alert, and driver attention warning.

360-Degree Camera

The Sonet currently gets just a rear parking camera. However, for that added bit of convenience, we expect it to be updated to a 360-degree camera system, which not only helps parking in tight spots, but helps a lot if you’re manoeuvring through some tight lanes.

Connected LED Tail lamps

One of the easiest ways to spot the Sonet facelift is from the rear as it will get similar vertically stacked tail lamps from the Seltos. And plus, these are expected to be connected units with an illuminated strip, making it look a tad more premium.

Better Safety Suite

With this update, Kia could offer six airbags as standard on the Sonet as opposed to four currently. The subcompact SUV has been spotted with front parking sensors as well. Bits such as electronic stability control and ISOFIX child seat mounts will be retained.