The Hyundai Palisade and its Kia Telluride cousin are two of the best three-row crossovers cash can purchase, and this reality is quite clear from the Kia Telluride packing the 2020 World Car of the Year Award. Both of these 3-row SUVs look tempting, drive well, and have lodges so premium-feeling that can cause brains of the other German contenders to go for a turn. Yet, presently, in Hyundai’s home market, which is Korea, the effectively pleasant Palisade gets much increasingly rich politeness of two new trims: Calligraphy and VIP. These two trims of the Palisade have the best of aspirations to enroll itself in the lineup of the brand’s extravagance division-Genesis.
Hyundai uncovered subtleties of the model of these two trims on Wednesday and flaunted the insides of the VIP model, which seems absolutely flawless and tempting. The Calligraphy trim is quite like what we know in the US as the Palisade Limited trim, however, the Calligraphy VIP trim truly takes things up a score.
Both the Hyundai Palisade Calligraphy and VIP models get a sprinkling of new exterior features and elements that make this Korean crossover look increasingly upscale. Triangular grille embeds, a bigger lower air intake slot, a more extensive back chrome diffuser, a full-width chrome slide plate, and one of a kind 20-inch alloy wheels separate these models from their base kin. Furthermore, there’s a new Rain Forest paintwork selective to the trim, which looks absolutely stunning.
Within, the bench seat in the second row is completely out from the configuration and gets swapped by two captain’s seats, which are decked out in Nappa leather with special headrests that gloat worked in speakers. The rear seat travelers additionally get an independent entertainment setup with double screens and a middle console only for them complete with wireless telephone charger and warmed and cooled cupholders and. The Nappa leather seats inside the Palisade can be arranged in three distinct hues: Black, Beige, or Khaki.
At the present time, Hyundai has just affirmed the SUV for South Korea, however, a Hyundai agent, when questioned about the company’s plans to carry these models across the shores, said, “subtleties for the SUV offerings in the US market are as yet being assessed and affirmed.” There’s an opportunity we could see this much increasingly lavish model set foot stateside, and it’ll most likely make the Palisade’s price range go upward the $50,000 mark.