Kia has been teasing making a large, three-row SUV since it revealed the Telluride concept at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. Now, the automaker is fulfilling that promise by revealing the all-new 2020 Kia Telluride at Brandon Maxwell’s New York Fashion Week show earlier this month.
“Telluride summits Kia’s SUV lineup and forged a surprising new path with its runway debut at New York Fashion Week,” said Saad Chehab, vice president of marketing communications, Kia Motors America. “Only a brand as forward-thinking as Kia could collaborate with Brandon Maxwell to launch the Telluride ahead of its official debut at the North American International Auto Show in January.”
Though it will not premiere officially until January, Kia has given us a lot to chew on with respect to the Telluride. This large, eight-passenger SUV will be several inches larger than the Sorento; will feature a new V6 engine; and will be built right here in the United States in West Point, Georgia.
The version that premiered at New York Fashion Week was a one-of-one version designed by Maxwell. It features custom bumpers, skid plates, and sidestep sills as well as a stylish wood and aluminum roof rack.
To learn more about this exciting development, watch this space. Then, when the 2020 Kia Telluride arrives sometime next year or in early 2020, be sure to stop into Gossett Kia for a test drive.
Fall is the best time to have a bonfire. The air is crisp and cool, the warmth of the fire feels nice against your skin, and wrapping yourself in a flannel blanket and roasting marshmallows feels seasonally appropriate. If you want to celebrate the season in style with your family and friends, consider these tips for putting on a great fall bonfire party.
You don’t have to buy a blanket for every person, but having a blanket stand full of cozy choices for guests will make all the difference.
Load up on bug spray
Nothing ruins the mood of a fun outdoor party quite like mosquito bites. Avoid the itch with insect repellent and citronella candles.
Marshmallows and s’mores are a tried-and-true staple of bonfires, as is roasting hot dogs. Mix it up a bit by making popcorn in tinfoil, or even just having snacking alternatives set up on an outdoor table.
Speaking of s’mores and snacks, prepare for the inevitable sticky fingers by having wipes on hand.
What separates a party from just a plain old get-together? Decorations! Don’t be afraid to go all-out with some tablecloths, paper lanterns, string lights, and anything else you can think of. Best part is, you can get a lot of party decor for cheap through DIY projects or from the dollar store.
Stop by Gossett Kia and check out our selection of new Kia vehicles, all perfect for taking a fall road trip.