Building on a bit of hype before its official public launch, Hyundai has announced a new three-line utility vehicle will be called Palisade.
Replacing the South Korean Santa Fe XL car, this vehicle was shown to choose media, including AutoGuide.com, at a private event in Michigan today.
Aside from its name, specific details about Palisade, ranging from size and power to the features to be offered, are completely embargoed, which means we cannot say a word about them at this time. Fortunately, you don't have to wait long to learn more about this vehicle. His public debut is scheduled for 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, which was opened to the media on November 28, just a few weeks away.
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You may or not be surprised that XL's Santa Fe is retiring. We have heard whispers that Hyundai plans to introduce a new utility vehicle called Palisade. AutoGuide.com broke the news when we found a patent application from the automaker that protected the way the Palisade name returned in April.
To get an early glimpse of how this product looks, photos of spies from the test mules that are also likely to be taken during the summer, might give a rough idea of the general proportions of Palisade.
For more information about this vehicle and all the latest disclosures from 2018 L.A. Auto Show, check back to AutoGuide.com every day.
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