Kia Korean automaker introduced its new Kia Telluride concept at the 2016 Detroit auto show. Quite dramatically styled the Telluride aims to preview the future of Kia design and is purely a concept for the moment.
Looking quite aggressive, the Telluride is a three-row SUV with a greatly enlarged Kia’s signature “tiger-nose" grille at the up front. Massive 22-inch wheels fill the bulging, plastic-clad fenders, and are wrapped in special Hankook Ventus ST 275/45R22 tires.
Inside, the seats have powerful sensors that collect and analyze each passenger’s vital health stats, which are displayed on the door panels. Once the data is collected, the car activates a series of LED light arrays that pulse to varying degrees in order to combat fatigue.
A naturally-aspirated V-6 with a hybrid motor, producing a combined 400 hp, lies underneath the attractive Telluride's truck-ish body. Power is sent to all four wheels, and the hybrid drivetrain allows the Telluride concept to achieve over 30 mpg on the highway.