Kia appeared on SEMA with several cars, including five different custom Tellurides. One was the version of the SUV we watched the New York Fashion Week. The other four helped demonstrate how to beat the family vehicle in an offroad rig.
Kia Telluride Horizon Roamer is noticeable for its bright orange paint, roof rack with mounted LED light bar, front brush and snorkel. It rides on Black Rhino wheels with Milthar Patagonia Mud Terrain 32 "tires.
Clearly, the Kia Telluride Cadet Leader has been modified to get on the track, something you should not really do in most areas for security and conservation purposes. Apparently, that's why this concept has a flat military green and black paint job, RotopaX gas carrier for rear quarter panels, slide plate, blush guard and rear bumper bumper. Amber Halo LED light and the same wheels / tires as the previous concept completes the look.
Popular terrain trails at Las Vegas were inspiration for Telluride Desert Drifter. Its desert military Tan and Black paint helps the SUV mix. It puts RotopaX carriers on the hood and has almost all the same modes as the Cadet Leader.
Finally Kia leans on racing legend with Telluride Baja Glider, but without the credibility of getting into the SUV in any of the major competitions. The three-row family haters look that part with a forged slide bumper with sliding plate, the same backward curved LED light beam on the lower front, ceiling mounted LED lightbar and the same wheel / deck layout as the other concepts. If Kia actually enters this thing in Baja 500 or 1000, it would actually be impressive, but it will probably never happen.