Kia has unveiled its new Telluride eight-seat crossover at the Detroit Auto Show, motor1 reported.
The new SUV shared the platform with the already debuted Hyundai Pailsade, but it turned out to be slightly larger. Kia Telluride's length of 1 mm overcame the mark of 5 meters, the crossover was wide by 1 989 mm, and the height of the new product is 1 750 mm.
Kia’s biggest vehicle ever will not get the Stinger’s twin-turbo 3.3-liter V6, which pushes out a meaty 365 hp and 376 lb-ft (510 Nm). SUV will be offered exclusively with the 3.8-liter V6 engine pushing out 291 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque.
The car is equipped with 10.25-inch multimedia touchscreen monitor with Apple CarPlay and AndroidAuto support, premium acoustics, six USB ports, a speakerphone system between the driver and third-row passengers, and a specially designed air conditioning system.
Telluride was equipped with a control system in a transverse course, when leaving a parking lot and avoiding collisions during rebuilds. Also, the crossover received lane assistants, adaptive cruise control with the ability to respond to speed limit signs, as well as a system for reminding passengers on the back row.
The SUV is expected to be presented at the Kia plant in the US state of Georgia.