Kia officially revealed its all-new 2015 Venga ahead of 2014 Paris Motor Show, five years after the first model was unveiled at 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show. As you can see from the photos, the 2015 Venga follows Kia’s new design philosophy and features a large ‘tiger-nose grille’, a repositioned Kia badge, a redesigned lower grille that incorporates stylish LED daytime running lights and new fog lights.
At the rear, the 2015 Venga gets new LED bulbs as well as a new horizontal chrome trim that joins the taillights. In addition, the South Korean manufacturer offers new alloy wheels designs with a 16- and 17-inch diameter.
The interior was updated too and arrives with a darker metal trim, bright accents as well as a choice of two new seat trims that offer a premium feel. Moreover, the 2015 Venga offers new options such as a heated steering wheel and the next-generation AVN (audio-video navigation) system featuring a 7.0-inch display and rear-view camera.
Depending on the markets, Kia will offer the 2015 Venga with a choice of up to six 1.4-liter and 1.6-liter petrol and diesel engines, generating between 77 and 128 hp and mated to a five-speed or six-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. As expected, power is delivered to the front wheels.