Slideshow: 2020 Kia Telluride

2020 Kia Telluride is a formidable three-row SUV for families with terrain to traverse

The Kia Telluride is competent on and off road.

Photo courtesy of Kia Motors Corporation

The Kia Telluride is a new addition to dealership lots for the 2020 model year. It rides on the same platform and has the same engine as the Hyundai Palisade but it's a much different creature. The Telluride is design-forward and rugged with plenty of room to haul around your family, and some of your extended family.

This slideshow covers the 2020 Kia Telluride's exterior and interior.

2020 Kia Telluride Exterior

Photo courtesy of Kia Motors Corporation

The 2020 Kia Telluride has a starting MSRP of $31,690.

2020 Kia Telluride Interior

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The Kia Telluride wins with its high-quality interior that is downright plush in top trim levels.

The 2020 Kia Telluride is on sale now.

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The 2021 Chrysler Pacifica will be available with all-wheel drive and the longest list of standard safety features available in a minivan.

Photo courtesy of FCA US LLC

For the 2021 model year, there will be two redesigned and two significantly refreshed models hitting the market in addition to the Dodge Caravan, which is finally getting the axe.

Below is a list of the best-selling minivans through August 8, 2020. Many automakers report their sales results quarterly. These rankings have been determined using sales numbers provided by the individual automobile manufacturers. FCA rolls its Chrysler Voyager sales into Pacifica sales (they share most of the same components).

The vehicles on this list are bound to change order as new information becomes available. Stay tuned!

Kia Sedona (8,050 sold)

2021 Kia Sedona Kia Sedona Photo courtesy of Kia Motors

The Kia Sedona has been completely redesigned for the 2021 model year. The 2020 model is still on U.S. lots and delivers a lot of bang for its buck - just like most of the rest of the Kia lineup. The Sedan comfortably and confidently gets passengers to and fro.

Toyota Sienna (20,670 sold)

2021 Toyota Sienna

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Toyota has redesigned the Sienna for 2021, giving it only a hybrid powertrain and offering more polarizing looks. If you'd rather have a straight up gasoline-powered Sienna, you'll want to head to the Toyota lot sooner rather than later to grab a 2020 model before they run out.

Dodge Grand Caravan (30,222 sold)

2020 Dodge Grand Caravan Photo courtesy of FCA US LLC

The Dodge Grand Caravan has finally reached the end of the road. It's in the process of being replaced by the similarly priced but nicer appointed Chrysler Voyager.

Chrysler Pacifica (35,549 sold)

Chrysler Pacifica

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The Chrysler Pacifica is a well-designed family hauler that comes in a traditional gasoline-powered variant as well as a plug-in hybrid model. It has gobs of passenger space and sits a little lower to the ground than the Odyssey and Sienna while still giving good forward visibility. It will be significantly refreshed for 2021.

Honda Odyssey (43,203 sold)

2021 Honda Odyssey

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The Honda Odyssey gets a significant facelift for 2021 with a shuffling of the packages and trim levels that actually lowers the price of the mid-grade model a significant amount. The car can come loaded with some neat tech like CabinWatch, which puts a camera view of the rear seats on the infotainment screen.

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Hyundai is launching three new Ioniq-branded electric vehicles in the next four years.

Photo courtesy of Hyundai Motor Group

First there was Genesis, the luxury brand name that came from the popular car. Now, there will be Ioniq, the fourth vehicle brand for Hyundai Motor Group will include three new electric vehicles (EVs) over the next four years. Up until this point, the Ioniq name was used by the Hyundai Ioniq, the first auto in the world to be offered in hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and all-electric variants.

"The IONIQ brand will change the paradigm of EV customer experience," said Wonhong Cho, Executive Vice President and Global Chief Marketing Officer at Hyundai Motor Company. "With a new emphasis on connected living, we will offer electrified experiences integral to an eco-friendly lifestyle."

The Ioniq name is a portmonteau of "ion" and "unique".

London Eye Q Ioniq launch To celebrate the announcement, Hyundai lit up the London Eye as a Q.Photo courtesy of Hyundai Motor Group

With the new models, Hyundai looks to combine its current electric vehicle capabilities, which include ultra-fast charging, spacious interior, and battery-supplied power, with forthcoming innovations for the in-car and out-of-car experience - something the company says will be a "seamless journey".

The brand rollout of part of Hyundai Motor Group's larger EV rollout, which has the goal of selling 1 million units of battery electric vehicles and taking a 10 percent share to become a leader in the global EV field by 2025.

The three new vehicles that will be coming will all have numeral names: Ioniq 5, Ioniq 6, and Ioniq 7. Sedans will have even numbers and SUVs will have odd numbers.

The Ioniq five will launch first, in early 2021. It will be a midsize crossover based on the EV 45 concept, which was unveiled at the International Motor Show 2019 in Frankfurt. When that concept debuted, Hyundai said that, like the company's Le Fil Rouge concept, the 45 was a modern interpretation of the Hyundai Pony Concept, only this time it was focused on powertrain technology. Its diamond silhouette foreshadowed the design direction of future electric vehicles the company will produce while holding fast to the "Sensuous Sportiness" design identity.

Hyundai concept cars Ioniq EV The first three Ioniq models will be based on three concept cars the company has already introduced.Photo courtesy of Hyundai Motor Group

The Ioniq 6 sedan is set to be introduced in 2022. It is based on the company's Prophecy concept vehicle, which was unveiled in March. That concept car's design gave a nod to the large car models of the 1920s and 30s but brought forward digital technology of today.

Ioinq 7, a large SUV, will follow in 2024.

The company says that the new vehicle designs will all "have a common theme of 'timeless value'" and be "inspired by past models.

They will all sit on the company's Electric Global Modular Platform, known as E-GMP. The platform's design allows for a "smart living space" complete with highly adjustable seats, wireless connectivity, and unique features - the company says that a glovebox deigned as a drawer is an example of one such innovation.

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