Jalopnik has posted up their initial review/impression of the Telluride noting its strengths and weaknesses. They were quite pleased with the safety features and huge amount of cargo space, but did not like the cars infotainment system. There are physical buttons to help navigate the menus however. https://jalopnik.com/the-2020-kia-telluride-is-really-big-and-really-good-1833480484
Kia's motto is "Give It Everything," which they certainly have with the Telluride, both a blessing and a curse. The center console is a complicated mess-one Kia person approvingly compared it to the cockpit of a jet, which, nah-but that same approach serves it well in other aspects of the car, like with all of the safety features that come standard, the numerous charging ports and power outlets, and its massive cargo space with the third-row seat folded down.
The Telluride was designed in Irvine, California, and is built in Georgia, meaning there's nothing really Korean about it at all. It is huge and willing to entertain even the most outlandish of ideas, and thus feels ideally poised to succeed in America perhaps more than any other Kia before it.