Rosstandart has published certification documents for the KiSeltos crossover, which will be assembled at the Avtotor plant in Kaliningrad. The materials contain details about the modifications that are planned to be sold in Russia.
Like the Hyundai Creta, the KiSeltos will receive two naturally aspirated gasoline engines - a 1.6-liter with 121 hp. (with all-wheel drive) and 123 hp. (with front-wheel drive), as well as a two-liter unit for 149 forces. However, for Seltos, a gasoline 177-horsepower 1.6 turbo engine is also announced. All power units are designed to run on AI-92 gasoline.
- Aspirated 1.6 is combined with six-speed gearboxes - manual and automatic. For a two-liter engine, only a variator is available, and for a turbo engine, a seven-speed "robot" with two clutches. Aspirated crossovers can be ordered with both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive, while the top-end version can only be all-wheel drive.
- The KiSeltos is 4370 mm long (100 mm longer than Crete), the height without roof rails is 1615 mm (15 mm lower), and the wheelbase is 2630 mm (40 mm more).
The list of equipment includes wheels with a diameter of 16 to 18 inches, electric power steering, tire pressure monitoring system, Era-Glonass device and climate control. During the premiere of the model, it became known that the Seltos is also available for adaptive cruise control with a full stop function, a multimedia system with a 10.25-inch touchscreen and a Bose audio system with integrated lighting.
Certification documents for the KiSeltos crossover come into force on December 9 - from that moment it is allowed to produce a car on Avtotor. In the summer, Ki announced that Russian sales of the model would begin in 2020.