Blind-Spot View Monitor
The available Blind-Spot View Monitor projects a live feed of your blind spots onto your instrument cluster when you trigger your turn signal.
Boldly innovative and undeniably versatile, the all-new 2022 Carnival Minivan is built for your bring-it-on life. With best-in-class power and cargo space, a suite of driver assist technologies, practical family-focused innovations, and SUV-inspired design, it’s a radical departure from the usual.
Premium comfort. Flexible design.
You have the available option for durable SynTex or plush genuine leather seat trim in a range of contemporary shades.
The 2nd row middle seat slides forward to give easy access to the front row passenger. It can also fold into a table for use in the 2nd and 3rd rows.
Thanks to its flexible seating options, Carnival Minivan has best-in-class cargo space, with the option for removable 2nd row seats, as well as 3rd row seats that sink into the floor to make room for whatever you’re hauling.
Open and close all doors and the hatch with one touch. Even if your hands are full, the doors and hatch can respond to your presence, opening as you approach and closing as you walk away. Power Smart Hatch availble on some models.
Avoid life's obstacles safely and proactively with Kia Drive Wise Technology suite.
A new available two-way intercom system allows the front row to communicate with passengers in the 2nd and 3rd rows clearly and without distraction, amplifying voices through the speaker system.2
This available feature has a camera display on the touch screen that allows you to check on passengers in the 2nd and 3rd rows with ease, even at night.3
These stunningly beautiful LCD screens converge into a massive display center, with clean digital instrumentation in your dashboard and a host of other convenience and entertainment features available on the main screen.4
Tested for strength. And then some.
Your new Carnival has a sibling that has seen it all, tested in some of the world's most grueling environments, from Alaskan tunder to Death Valley desert, all to create a vehicle with capability for whatever's out there.
Test vehicles are peatedly frozen to -40 Farenheight and then driven to the limit of performance at 130 farenheight - near the hottested temperature ever recorded on earth - demonstrating their resolve under intense pressure.
Testing covers all kinds of excessive and severe conditions - from extreme radiation to magnified heated and a corrosive saltwater bvath - preparing Carnival for whatever comes its way.