The new Hyundai Palisade was unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2018, when eight seats with fresh lighting took over the role of the SUV flagship in a Korean brand.
A ride on a new platform, a car maker, claims that the palisade, which will be built in Ulsan, Korea, boasts "exceptional tonnage of the second and third row" and "generous cargo space".
In the slots above Santa Fe, the newbie has a length of 4,981 mm, a width of 1,976 mm and a height of 1,750 mm with a wheelbase of 2,900 mm.
In the US, it will be powered by a 3.8-liter V6 petrol engine with the Atkinson cycle, supplied to the wheels via an eight-speed automatic gearbox (two- and four-wheel drive configuration).
Interestingly, palisade is what Hyundai calls an "industrial" new roof diffuser that can provide a partially scattered or completely dispersed airflow to the rear passengers. This, says the brand, delivers quieter back air, seamless operation and even distribution of air.
Inside the US-spec, the 10.25-inch touchscreen will be connected to the 12.3-inch fully digital TFT dashboard. The interior features seven USB ports, including the front passenger seats in the second row. Up to 16 cup holders are offered.