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News Kia’s Turn: They Tease the new 2023 Telluride Ahead of the NYIAS

Kia’s Turn: They Tease the new 2023 Telluride Ahead of the NYIAS

This time, we get to see an image containing a glimpse of the improvements made onboard the 2023 Kia Telluride

  • The updated Telluride will officially debut at next week’s New York International Auto Show.

  • Kia will introduce an X-Pro variant as well.

Only yesterday, Hyundai teased a pair of images of what they say will be a “significantly enhanced” 2023 Palisade. Today, it’s Kia’s turn as they’ve released two teaser images of their own featuring the updated 2023 Telluride.

Hyundai Releases Teaser Image of the Updated 2023 Palisade

Unlike Hyundai, Kia’s included an image of the Telluride’s dashboard. The darkened outlines clearly show the presence on a massive screen. This unit will likely be a combination of a digital IP and a touchscreen. And based on what we can see, the display will measure at least 25 inches across. Perhaps the 2023 Hyundai Palisade will also receive this arrangement, justify the “significant” claim from yesterday’s announcement.

Kia America Teases New 2023 Telluride SUV | Photo : Kia

The other image presents the Telluride’s front end. Unlike the Palisade, the updates here look to be far more sedate as the whole of the fascia seems only mildly different from the current model.

The new 2023 Telluride will officially be revealed on April 13, at 10:10 AM Eastern time at the 2022 edition of the New York International Auto Show.

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