Hyundai has revealed a large crossover PalisadeNovember 29, 2018
The new flagship SUV Hyundai Palisade is equipped with a petrol V6, push-button transmission selector and all-wheel drive HTRAC
The big crossover Hyundai Palisade celebrated the world premiere in Los Angeles. The flagship of the Korean brand is built on a new platform, equipped with a petrol V6, push-button transmission selector and all-wheel drive HTRAC with special settings for driving in the snow.
The structural rigidity of the new “cart” is enhanced by the use of high-strength steel grades in the deformation zones and attachment points of the suspension. The length of the Hyundai Palisade is 4981 millimeters, width – 1976, height – 1750 millimeters. The wheelbase of the crossover is 2901 millimeters. The drag coefficient is 0.33, achieved by optimizing the tilt angle of the front struts, the side facing of the rear spoiler, the use of aerodynamic panels and deflectors.
Under the hood of the Korean flagship, a 3.8-liter V6 is installed, with a system of infinitely variable valve timing, dual CVVT and direct injection. The engine recoil is 295 horsepower and 355 Nm of torque. The box is an eight-speed automatic transmission. The drive can be front or full HTRAС with a possibility of forced blocking. Drive Mode offers seven preset profiles: Normal, Comfort, Eco, Sport, Smart, Sand and the new Snow with special settings for driving in the snow.
The equipment Hyundai Palisade includes a fully LED head optics, a virtual dashboard diagonal of 12.3 inches, a multimedia system with a 10.25-inch display, support for Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and seven USB ports, wireless charging for smartphones, Infinity audio system with surround sounding, projection display. The communication system with rear row passengers is equipped with a Sleep function when sound is not transmitted to the rear speakers.
You can start the engine, adjust the air conditioning system, and unlock the doors remotely via the MyHyundai.com website or using the Blue Link app on your smartphone.
The Palisade security system list includes a frontal collision avoidance assistant with a pedestrian detection function, a lane retention system, blind spot monitoring, transverse traffic monitoring at the rear, a safe exit function that monitors the movement of cars when opening doors, adaptive cruise control and a driver monitoring system .
Hyundai Palisade competitors will be Toyota Highlander, Honda Pilot and Nissan Pathfinder. Collect the crossover will be at the plant in Korean Ulsan. Sales in the United States will begin in the summer of 2019.
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