Look for the Kia Telluride SUV Concept at the 2016 NAIAS

Kia Telluride Concept Detroit Teaser #2
Detroit Concept Teaser #2

Behold, the interior sketch of the Kia Telluride SUV Concept that is comprised of a ton of 3D printed components. This is the second teaser Kia has splashed all over the internet. Here is the first post from TFLcar regarding the Kia Telluride SUV Concept.

Kia’s take: “The boldly designed Telluride, set to unveil at the 2016 North American International Auto Show next week, pushes the boundaries of technology and luxury with unique in-cabin health-and-wellness technology. The concept highlights Kia’s first use of 3D-printed components, which add a distinct, modern design element to the dashboard, door panels, and steering wheel.”

Kia Telluride Concept Detroit Teaser #1
Detroit Concept Teaser #1

This looks more substantial than the short-lived Kia Borrego, it may share components with the big SUV. There’s a good chance that the Kia Telluride SUV Concept shares many components with the yet-unnamed Genesis luxury SUV that is in development. The profile smacks of Range Rover with a hint of Infiniti; that’s a good thing.

Here’s the debut information: “Kia Motors America will reveal a new concept car January 11 at the 2016 North American International Auto Show. Conceived at the automaker’s California design studio, the concept offers an abundance of advanced technology – including state-of-the-art health-and-wellness technology – and takes Kia’s design language in a bold new direction, suggesting styling of a possible future premium large SUV in the brand’s lineup.”

TFLcar will be on-hand to cover this mysterious Kia Telluride SUV Concept!

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