Kia’s eight-seater crossover Telluride prepared for extreme off-roadOctober 31, 2018
At the SEMA show, the company presented four special modifications of Kia Telluride.
At the SEMA tuning show, Kia unveiled thematic versions of the eight-seat Telluride crossover on various off-road routes. In particular, the model was prepared for extreme off-road and movement in the desert. All cars equipped with a V6 engine and all-wheel drive.
Telluride Horizon Roamer is designed for trails. The crossover received underbody protection, front end, snorkel, suspension lift kit, Black Rhino wheels, 32-inch tires shod in, auxiliary lighting unit and a forwarding trunk. Telluride Cadet Leader is similar in equipment to the Horizon Roamer, but is additionally equipped with search lights and two Rotopak containers for transporting small items and accessories.
Telluride Desert Drifter, designed for desert trips, also received Rotopak containers, front end and underbody protection, a straight through muffler, 32-inch Milestar Patagonia Mud Terrain tires and an LED lighting unit. The latest concept of Telluride Baja Glider, which was inspired by racing off-road vehicles, was equipped with a power bumper with a protective metal plate, additional lighting and off-road tires.
In early September, at a fashion show by Brandon Maxwell, Kia showed a “farmer” version of Telluride at the New York Fashion Week, inspired by the atmosphere of rural Texas. A special feature of the crossover was the interior with decorative elements of natural wood and leather trim, which is also used on the exterior door handles and side mirror housings.
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