Hyundai Introduced its First-ever 8-seater SUV Palisade at Los Angeles Motor Show

Spreading its feet in SUV segment Hyundai Introduced its first ever 8-seater SUV Palisade at Los Angeles Motor Show. At the start of this year, Hyundai has launched a bigger version of its flagship SUV Santa-Fe but now they are trying to make its space in families looking for an even bigger car. The new 8-seater Palisade will be 196.1 inches long, 77.8 inches wide, and 68.9 inches tall, with a generous wheelbase of 114.2 inches. The all-new Palisade will be powered by 3.8L Atkinson GDI V6 engine with Idle Stop & Go paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive comes standard, with all-wheel drive available. The AWD system has three driver-selectable modes: Normal, Sport, and Smart.

The 2020 Palisade has space for up to eight travellers. The third line offers control collapsing, unfurling, and leaning back seats. A seven-situate arrangement utilizes second-push skipper's seats that are accessible with ventilated seating surfaces. Extravagant looking sewed Nappa calfskin seating is accessible.

Infotainment comes graciousness of a 10.3-inch contact screen show. Before, we observed Hyundai's frameworks to be probably the easiest to understand accessible. A full-shading head-up showcase is accessible, anticipating accommodating data about speed, journey control status, route, speed points of confinement, and sound information onto the windshield before the driver. We'll save judgment about Hyundai's new push-catch adapt selector setup until the point when we've utilized it ourselves, however, we've discovered that regularly catches, instead of a switch, are unintuitive to utilize.

The Palisade is offered with a radio framework that enables the driver to speak with the second-or third-push travellers by means of the sound framework—an accommodating trap most connected with minivans. It additionally has a Rear Sleep Mode that gives the driver a chance to tune in to music with no stable setting off to the second-and third-push speakers.

On the aspects of safety, the all-new Palisade will be equipped with smart safety features like Blind View Monitor (When turn signals are on, cameras on side-view mirrors show a video feed of Palisade's blind spot so that you can see on the instrument panel cluster), Ultrasonic Rear Occupant Alert (Alerts you via smartphone text to retrieve a child or pet left in the rear seats of your vehicle), Electronic parking brake, Forward Collision Avoidance Assist, Blind Spot Collision Avoidance Assist, Rear Cross Collision Avoidance Assist, Safe Exit Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, Rear Occupant Alert, Stain-Resistant Cloth Seats,  Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go traffic capability, Automatic high beams and many more.