Kia designers envision minivan business version as rolling office and conference room.
Kia combines the best features of its U.S.-made Sedona minivan with the Korean Carnival long-body version to come up with the Grand VQ-R. The new minivan was shown today at the auto show in Beijing. The VQ-R has seven seats and is aimed at both the family leisure market and as an executive business vehicle. Kia designers see the latter model as a rolling office and conference room, where business can be conducted within the spacious interior. The new entry goes into production in ...
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