2021 Kia Telluride Nightfall Edition Revealed, Darkness Prevails!
Riding on the success of the Telluride in North America, Kia has launched a new edition to attract more customers.
The 2021 Kia Telluride Nightfall Edition has been revealed in North America, adding another package to the popular SUV.
As the name suggests, the car is completely blacked out, and would be suitable for those who want nothing but a stealth look on their motor.
So what is new with the 2021 Kia Telluride Nightfall Edition then? There is a newly designed grille upfront in black, obviously, along with air duct garnish.
Along the sides, the roof rails, lower door trim, windows, 20-inch wheels, lug nuts and even the centre caps are all black. The same feverish obsession with the dark colour continues at the rear as well.
What’s more, the Kia emblem on the car has also given the same treatment and even though you would not notice it, the LED headlamps and fog lamps have an inner black bezel.
The only chrome item visible on the car are the exhaust tips. God knows how Kia missed it!
No word has been revealed about the interior as of yet, but expect Kia to keep it as it is. Why tamper with a good interior anyway?
The Nightfall Edition is available on the Telluride EX AWD with Premium package, SX AWD and SX Prestige.
The several gloss black elements offered with the Nightfall Edition can be combined with eight exterior colors – Wolf Grey (Nightfall Edition-exclusive), Snow White Pearl, Everlasting Silver, Gravity Grey, Ebony Black, Sangria, Black Copper and Dark Moss.
Powering the SUV is a 3.8-litre V6 engine that delivers 291 HP and 355 Nm of peak torque. It will come with an 8-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive as standard.
The Kia Telluride Nightfall Edition will arrive in US dealerships later this year and will reportedly cost $1300 (close to Rs. 98,000) more than the trims it is based on.
The Telluride has been such a success in North America that Kia is coming up with new trims to provide more options for customers to choose.
Kia has even asked customers whether they would be interested in buying a long-wheelbase version of the Telluride that would have a larger cabin. So, keep an eye out for more in this space.