Head for the mountains in the 2020 Kia Telluride
At long last, the production Telluride has broken cover at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show.
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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