Recessed quad-LED headlights on the front of the Kia Telluride concept.
A larger version of the tiger nose grille on the front of the Kia Telluride concept.
Kia decided the give the Telluride concept a more upright stance typical of original SUVs.
Compared to the mid-size Sorento crossover SUV, Telluride is 4.4-inches (112mm) taller and 9.5-inches (241mm) longer to better accommodate a third-row of seats.
Tasteful use of chrome dresses the exterior of the Telluride concept on a variety of surfaces such as the mirror caps.
Recessed headlights could make their way to a possible production version of the Telluride if response to the concept is positive enough.
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The back doors are rear-hinged to allow for easy access to the middle of seats in the Kia Telluride.
The Kia Telluride's middle row of reclining seats are all about comfort.
Seats feature embedded smart sensors that can read a passenger's vital health information in the Kia Telluride concept.
Both the front- and rear-doors on the Kia Telluride concept can open 90 degrees.
Tunes are piped into the Kia Telluride's cabin through a seven-speaker Harman Kardon audio system.
A compartment in the Kia Telluride's center serves as a wireless charging dock for smartphones.
The front cabin of the Kia Telluride concept, which is powered by a plug-in hybrid powertrain.
The gauge cluster inside of the Kia Telluride concept.
The infotainment screen inside the Kia Telluride concept.
Vitals information taken from the seat-embedded smart senors are displayed on screens mounted inside of the doors in the Kia Telluride concept.
Keeping track of your vital signs is easy when you're riding in the Kia Telluride.
Swipe command control infotainment controls are mounted between the middle row seats inside of the Kia Telluride concept.
The room-mounted LED panel helps perk up groggy passengers with a therapeutic light show inside of the Kia Telluride concept.
The seat-embedded smart senors inside of the Kia Telluride concept.
The fingerprint activated push-button start system inside of the Kia Telluride concept.
Chrome trim surrounds the exterior door handles on the Kia Telluride concept.
The Kia Telluride features a large sunroof to let plenty of natural light into the cabin.
Door sills on the Kia Telluride concept.
Vertical taillights dress the rear of the Kia Telluride concept.
Concept sketch of the interior of the Kia Telluride concept.
Interior concept sketch of the cabin of the Kia Telluride concept.
A teaser image of the Kia Telluride concept showing its more upright styling.
The plug-in hybrid powertrain produces 400-horsepower from the combination of a 3.5-liter direct-injection V6 engine and electric motor.
With the plug-in hybrid drivetrain, Kia says the Telluride concept should achieve more than 30 mpg on the highway.
The boxy looks of the Kia Telluride concept on display.
Plenty of light gets into the cabin of the Kia Telluride concept with the large sunroof.
Door-mounted monitors show passenger vital information in the Kia Telluride concept.
Reclining second-row seats are quite possibly the best seats in the Kia Telluride concept.
Middle row passengers can recline their seats and control the infotainment system with swipe command controls housed in the center console.
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