2021 Kia Telluride Adopts the Dark With Nightfall Edition

The 2021 Kia Telluride becomes the latest in a growing line of vehicles to get the factory blackout treatment and a night-themed name with the Nightfall Edition appearance package set to arrive later this summer.

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Among the changes to the Telluride, the Nightfall Edition package adds unique 20-inch black wheels with black lug nuts and center caps; a black grille and black badging; gloss-black roof rails, window and door sill trim, skid plates and front air intake surrounds; and LED headlights and foglights with a black bezel.

The package is available on EX models with all-wheel drive and the optional Premium Package as well as both SX AWD and SX Prestige Package-equipped models. Exterior color choices aren’t limited to darker shades, however; it can also be added to seven of the Telluride’s regular paint colors as well as a new, Nightfall Edition-exclusive Wolf Gray.

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Nightfall Edition Tellurides are expected to arrive in dealerships in the “second half” of 2020 at a cost of $1,295 for the package (in addition to the costs of AWD and the EX’s Premium Package).

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