2025 Hyundai Palisade.

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Another day, and another 2025 Hyundai Palisade illustration.

A good and very realistic one, although it might not match the most recent spy shots we’ve seen of the new Hyundai SUV.

It has been quite a popular subject among computer illustrators and car nerds over the past year. We’ve seen many spy photos of the real thing, showing parts of the new very angular design. But so far we haven’t seen much of the final thing and many have tried to guess what the new model will actually look like.

All we’ve heard so far is that it will probably have a smaller 3.5 Liter V6 Turbo as standard with a new 2.5 Liter Hybrid powertrain as an option. This sounds pretty close to what the current Mazda CX-90 offers, although the Mazda is a PHEV.

Let’s hope it looks a bit more refined than the current “wannabe luxury SUV” generation. That shouldn’t be too hard to do…

Conversation 6 comments

  1. I will like to know when the hunday palisade will be available. Thanks 👍

  2. I had a Palisade 2023. Let we say while driving down the highway it came to an abrupt halt doing 60 miles an hour. Went back to the dealer. They did nothing. I sold it the next day. They look good but they don’t back them.

  3. I was a previous owner of a 2022 Palisade. I could overlook the trailer hitch catching on fire so I disconnected it. I even bought a club because people were stealing them, but when the car came to an abrupt hold at 60 mph and I brought it back to the dealer and they did nothing I sold it the next day.

  4. Driving our second Palisade, 2023, and we’ve been extatic with the cars and service. Can not believe previous posts above.

  5. The people that had the cars stop abruptly, do what most drivers do, don’t read the manual, the abrupt stopping happens when blind spot lane change is on, it will stop and brakes harder on the side to pull you away from the “car” It thinks you are going to hit, a simple push of the buttons turns this off, and hyundai recommends it off on two lane roads, b/c it can falsely get triggered by objects and turning or crossing the shoulder lines. Morons! stick to bikes please.

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