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New Hyundai Palisade to Debut at New York Auto Show | Digital Trends Spanish

A new pair of intrigue images distributed by its manufacturer show that the 2023 Hyundai Palisade mid-cycle update, which will be fully revealed on April 13 at the New York Auto Showwill be more extensive and noticeable than we expect.

Without showing much, these partial images are the best approximation we have so far of the new model of Hyundai’s largest SUV, as the spy postcards that have circulated of test prototypes have revealed absolutely nothing. Still, there are some notable aspects to highlight.

The clearest of these is a much more angular front end design, not only when compared to the vehicle it replaces, but also to the rest of Hyundai’s current truck lineup. That’s not to say that they don’t share distinctive design cues, for example, the grille pattern that spills into the headlamp area, which appeared on the Tucson and Santa Cruz, is replicated on the front of the Palisade but with more rectangular shapes, which we are not sure will work as lights, as in the case of the other two trucks.

The picture Part of the front end of the new Palaside clearly shows vertically positioned LED daytime running lights on the side ends of the vehicle’s front end, which will make it easy to distinguish it from other similarly sized cars. Hyundai says in the terse press release that accompanied the images that the lights give the car “cutting-edge technical appeal.”

The partial image from the side reaffirms the impression of a design that is very angular and different from the rest of Hyundai’s current trucks, but partially consistent with the models of the brand’s Ioniq electric car family, without sharing its design language. The same side view also offers a clear view of the beautifully designed new 15-spoke wheels, which Hyundai even refers to in its statement as giving the car “a premium look.” We tend to agree.

All the mysteries of the 2023 Hyundai Palisade will be revealed on April 13 at 9:45 a.m. ET when the model is finally unveiled during the first media day of the 2022 New York Auto Show.

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