Best in Show.
Discover the upcoming brand-new Kia SUV that Cars.com named “Best in Show” at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show.
Available AWD system w/ center-locking differential
7 or 8 passenger seating
Available 10.25” touchscreen w/ Head-Up Display
Command and control with an available 10.25” touchscreen display1, Driver Talk feature to amplify voice to rear passengers, Quiet Mode to only use front row speakers, and the ability to connect more than one phone over Bluetooth®2
Available reclining dual captain’s chairs3 slide forward at the touch of a button for 3rd row access, while rear passengers can also enjoy available dual sunroofs, standard USB ports.
Kia Drive Wise systems4, like standard Forward Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA)5, use radar sensors subtlety integrated into the front fascia and commanding styling of the signature tiger-nose grille.
Dial into terrain with the available Snow mode6 and on-demand center-locking differential for off road capability. Command your on-road driving experience with 4 different drive modes: Comfort, Eco, Sport, and Smart.
The Telluride’s 3.8L V6 engine pushes out 291 horsepower and 262 lb.-ft. of torque to master any road and power its standard Class III 5,000 lb. towing7 capability.
Blind Spot View Monitor
The available Blind Spot View Monitor (BVM)1 display in your dashboard gauge cluster shows a live feed of your blind spots. Plus, if you try to change lanes while an object is detected in the blind spot, the standard Blind Spot Collision Avoidance Assist-Rear (BCA-R)2 can help maintain your previous course.
Highway Driving Assist
In regions where speed limit information is available, the available Highway Driving Assist (HDA)3 can adjust the vehicles cruising speed to match the vehicle ahead as well as changing speed limits.
Safe Exit Assist
Standard Safe Exit Assist (SEA)4 helps tell if your doors are safe to open by sensing for potential hazards like oncoming cars or bikes and alerting you if it detects them.
Surround View Monitor
Available Surround View Monitor (SVM)5 gives a bird’s eye view of your car via 4 exterior-mounted cameras while for better awareness of your surroundings.
2020 Telluride wins Cars.com
“Best in Show” at Detroit Auto Show
See for yourself why Cars.com awarded “Best in Show” to the all-new 2020 Telluride, citing its spacious interior, comfortable cabin, high-end technology, and details and amenities that would be at home in any luxury brand vehicle.
2020 Telluride SX with Prestige Package pre-production model shown with optional features. Not all optional features are available on all trims. Production model may vary. Expected spring 2019 with limited availability.
1. Touchscreen display: Distracted driving can result in a loss of vehicle control. When operating a vehicle, never use a vehicle system that takes your focus away from safe vehicle operation.
10.25” Touch-Screen Display standard on the EX and SX.
Simulated screen shown.
2. The BLUETOOTH® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth® SIG, Inc., and any use of such marks by Kia is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. A BLUETOOTH® wireless technology-enabled cell phone is required to use BLUETOOTH® wireless technology.
3. Reclining seats can reduce the effectiveness of the safety restraint system and may lead to additional injury in an accident.
7-passenger seating with 2nd-row reclining captain’s chairs standard on the S and SX.
Dual sunroofs standard on the SX.
4. Kia Drive Wise Technologies are not substitutes for proper and safe driving. They may not detect every object in the vehicle’s direction of travel. Always drive safely and use caution.
5. Forward Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA) is not a substitute for proper and safe driving. Always drive safely and use caution. FCA may not detect every object in the vehicle’s direction of travel.
6. Snow mode and center-locking differential included with All-Wheel Drive (AWD)
7. Towing requires additional equipment. See Owner’s Manual for towing capacity, additional instructions, and warnings. Always use caution while towing.
Safety Feature Disclaimers
Expected spring 2019 with limited availability.
Images shown for illustration only.
1. The Blind Spot View Monitor (BVM) is not a substitute for proper and safe lane changing procedures. It may not display every object surrounding the vehicle. Always drive safely and use caution.
Blind Spot View Monitor standard on the SX.
2. Blind Spot Collision-Avoidance Assistance – Rear (BCA-R) is not a substitute for proper and safe driving. Always drive safely and use caution when changing lanes. BCA-R may not detect every object alongside or approaching from behind the vehicle.
3. Highway Driving Assist is not a substitute for safe driving, may not detect all objects surrounding the vehicle, and only functions on certain federal highways. Always drive safely and use caution.
Highway Driving Assist standard on the EX and SX.
4. Safe Exit Assist is not a substitute for one’s attention and may not detect all objects surrounding the vehicle. Always pay attention to traffic and to the area around your vehicle when exiting the vehicle.
5. The Surround View Monitor (SVM) is not a substitute for proper and safe parking procedures. It may not display every object surrounding the vehicle. Always drive safely and use caution. Simulated screen shown.
Surround View Monitor standard on the SX.