Kia will sell the Telluride in two additional trim levels for the 2023 model year: X-Line and X-Pro. 

The X-Line is Kia's take on the off-road kits that so many SUVs and Crossovers are now offering, according to Edmunds. 

The X-Line and X-Pro have a higher suspension and a modified traction control system, just as the Subaru Wilderness trim.

The Telluride has 8.4 inches of ground clearance thanks to the X-Line.

The approach and departure angles are improved, but this is not a genuine off-road ride height.

Special 20-inch black wheels are also included with the X-Line, enhancing its rugged off-road appearance. 

In addition to 18-inch wheels with more aggressive tyres and a 110-volt power inverter installed in the Telluride's back, 

the X-Pro offers all the same features as the X-Line. Additionally, the X-Pro can pull up to 5,500 pounds, as we previously indicated.

What else is new for the 2023 Kia Telluride?

The inside of the 2023 Kia Telluride has been overhauled in addition to the new off-roading variants. 

The instrument cluster and infotainment interface of the new Telluride include two 12.3-inch displays as part of a redesigned display set.

Kia also upgraded the Telluride's dash and added a new steering wheel.

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