Kia has announced that it will unveil a new SUV concept car at next week’s Detroit Auto Show.
The concept – known as the Telluride – hints at a possible future premium SUV in the brand’s line-up – and it could be coming to the UK.
In a statement, Kia said: “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 line-up.
“There are currently no plans for this concept to enter immediate production and decisions on which markets may receive a future production version will be made in due course.”
The concept highlights Kia’s first use of 3D-printed components, highlighted by this image of the dashboard, released today. The Telluride concept looks set to feature a minimalist interior, dominated by touchscreens and digital displays. Also note the stylish clock in the centre of climate control unit.
We’ll see the Telluride concept in the metal on January 11, when we’ll be reporting live from Detroit.