Hyundai Palisade Teased One Last Time Ahead Of Tomorrow’s Unveiling

Hyundai is gearing up to introduce the all-new Palisade on November 28th, but that hasn’t stopped the company from releasing a revealing new teaser image.

As part of the company’s “Always Remarkable” launch campaign for the Palisade, Hyundai has enlisted South Korean boy band BTS to serve as global brand ambassadors for the flagship crossover. That’s certainly an odd choice for an American-focused model, but the image does give us a better look at the upcoming crossover which will be unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show tomorrow afternoon.

As you can see in the image, the Palisade features a prominent grille which resides above a faux silver skid plate and plastic body cladding. While members of BTS largely hide the front of the crossover, the model appears slightly different than the purportedly leaked image that surfaced earlier this month.

In that image, the Palisade had a chrome grille surround and five horizontal bars. The official image, on the other hand, shows a mesh grille which is similar to the one used on the Santa Fe. It’s possible the differences could be chalked up to different trim levels, but we’ll have to wait until tomorrow to find out.

Regardless, the Palisade follows in the footsteps of the HDC-2 Grandmaster concept but adopts more conservative bodywork. The crossover also has pronounced wheel arches and a number of metallic accents.

Hyundai has been tight-lipped on specifics, but the automaker has already confirmed the Palisade will have “commodious cargo space” as well as seating for up to eight people. The company has also said drivers can expect premium materials, intuitive technologies and intelligent safety features.

Full details will be released tomorrow, but Hyundai has already announced the Palisade will go on sale in the United States next summer.

  • Harry_Wild

    Looks like it aim squarely at the gangstra crowd. Young upper class male criminals! Wonder how that is going to work? LOL!

    • Matt

      How did you come to that conclusion?

    • exeptor

      Criminals? Maybe but only in the times of the Inqisition. Apart from that these are as far from gangsters as it can be.

    • Belthronding

      AMEN LOL

    • Ken Lyns

      They are prepping for a life of crime on Wall St… or whatever the equivalent is in Korea.

  • Christian

    beta males…

    • exeptor


      • EL CHAPO

        don’t worry, he’s triggered.

    • bd0007

      Be that as it may, they get a lot more attention from women.

      • Christian

        and end like one

  • Mind Synthetic

    ho mo brand for the ho mo human. fits them well, keep it

  • LeStori

    A vehicle for metasexuals. Meanwhile palisade means “stake wall” . “Great” name for a shoebox on wheels.

  • Jason Panamera

    It’s perfect vehicle for Turmp. Let him buy thousands of Palisades and put them vertically on Mexican – American border. It may not be the Trump’s wall but it will be Trump’s Palisade.

  • TheBelltower

    This makes no sense at all.

  • U8INIT

    Whew chile the ghetto…

  • Mike anonymous

    By the way for anyone wondering, the people in the photograph are in a music group called “BTS”. This is likely going to help bring attention (form wherever Hyundai is deciding to market this vehicle) to the Palisade.

    Essentially consider it they are putting the Korean version of (insert name of last really popular boy band/group) into an ad to help boost sales &/or attention.

    This is more so marketing than it is a teaser.

    • Billy Lthr

      lol I’d be Anonymous too if I said I knew a boy band lol

      • Mike anonymous

        It says it in the article lol. Did you not read it?

    • Ken Lyns

      You sure they are a boy band and not a girl band?

      • Mike anonymous

        I don’t what what kind of girls your into, or even if you are into girls. But if your confusing boys for girls, (or vice versa),.. then I can only wish you the best of luck.

      • bd0007

        It’s a “boy band” – i.e. appealing to young women, teens and tweeners.

        Not any different from One Direction, etc. or Justin Bieber (solo).

  • ErnieB

    I love Korean food

    • PK

      who doesn’t? <3

  • Nick

    Wow, this comments section is a mess. Looks like a good opportunity to clean house 🙂

    • Dennis Scipio


  • salamOOn


  • PK

    If BTS is a Hyundai then NCT is a Kia?


    These comments down here has nothing to do with the car. SMH

  • Agree, all comments have nothing to do with this beauty SUV.

  • sidewaysspin

    It looks like eating dog really makes you smarter.

    • Belthronding

      damn lol

  • :/ Yurr

    Looks like constipation

  • Thunderbolt

    wtf ?

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