Kia Telluride SUV Concept Interior Uses 3D-Printed Parts

Kia Telluride SUV Concept Interior Uses 3D-Printed Parts

Kia will introduce the Telluride SUV Concept at next week’s Detroit Auto Show and the brand has now released a picture of its interior. 

The large SUV takes its name from the Colorado town known for its ski resorts and gorgeous mountains, a name likely given to represent the rugged and boxy look of the Telluride. Kia says that this concept will be the first vehicle from the brand to use 3-D printed components.

Kia claims that the new SUV will be packed full of technology and luxury along with some type of in-cabin health-and-wellness system.

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The interior, specifically the dashboard, door panels and steering wheel, will also feature 3-D printed components that will give a modern and distinct flair to the car according to the automaker.

Kia dropped its previous large SUV, the Borrego, from its lineup back in 2011.

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