Almost three years after we saw the 2016 Kia Telluride Concept, the big, boxy, production-spec SUV is finally ready for its public debut.
The Telluride is the largest SUV in the Kia lineup, slotting above the seven-passenger Sorento.
Its upright windshield leads down to a square hood and vertically stacked headlights.
There's hardly a curve to be found on the squared-off Telluride.
Even the taillights use an inverted L-shape design.
A new Highway Driving Assist option uses radar and lidar, combining lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control for hands-on, Level 2, semiautonomous driving.
It can also adjust the cruise control to match speed limits on highways.
The Telluride also has an advanced blind-spot assist system that can apply the brakes to keep you from cutting someone off.
Other driving aids include forward collision warning, emergency braking, lane-departure mitigation and a driver attention warning.
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