The facelifted 2023 Hyundai Palisade has officially unveiled at the New York Auto Show, which is now underway. The company’s flagship three-row SUV had its global premiere in November 2018. Afterwards, it has modified with a new design and improved functionality.
More visible parametric shield features now extend to the bonnet shut line on the new Palisade’s cascading grille. A larger lower intake with a silver surround completes the look. As part of the new design, the LED composite lights have reworked with thicker bars that make up DRLs. Whereas, the primary twin headlights have tucked inside of the DRLs and closer to the grille than before.
While the rear end is virtually the same, there is a huge skid plate in the bottom apron of the bumper. However, it is a little change from the previous model. Square exhaust finishers and reflectors and reverse lights have located in a single line on the bumper. The Palisade’s 20-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels have also upgraded.
For the first time in the US, unveiled Hyundai 2023 Palisade has equipped with a digital rear-view mirror and a Wi-Fi hotspot. Owners of compatible iPhone, Apple Watch or Samsung Galaxy devices may unlock and start their vehicle without the need for a key. The Bluelink telematics technology from Hyundai is also on the table.
As far as safety concerns, rear side-impact airbags are now incorporated as standard equipment. There is also a variety of active systems are now on offer. In addition to Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist, Blind-Spot-Avoidance Assist and Safe Exit Assist have also included.
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