A full-size SUV that would (presumably) slot above the Sorento, the Kia Telluride is a boxier, more upright three-row, seven-seater that’s loaded with future tech.
For example, all four seats (not including the folding third row) have diamond-cut openings embedded with sensors that monitor passenger vital signs, which are displayed on interior door panels.
The vitals are then synchronized with a Light Emitted Rejuvenation (LER) system that uses a massive LED panel beneath the sunroof than can emit therapeutic light to help treat passenger jetlag and improve their energy levels.
In terms of power, the Telluride uses a finger-print activated start button to fire up its hybrid powertrain, a 3.5L V6 mated to an electric motor that drives all four wheels. Combined output is pegged at 400 horsepower (270 from the V6). Kia has pegged highway mileage at 7.8 L/ 100 km (30 mpg).